This woman came in bothered by her large ears. The right one did stick out further compared to the left, and she had very prominent conchal bowls. With well-placed incisions behind the ears, the ears were sutured back and these results shown are five months after surgery.
This young man had very strong ear cartilages protruding and sticking out too far from his head. The left ear was a little bit worse than the right, and he underwent otoplasty surgery to correct his concerns. Here he is shown three months after surgery with a nice, natural-looking result.
This young man came in with ears that are protruding that had slightly different anatomy. The tops of his ears were protruding laterally as well as the mid portions, but he had an S-shaped ear from the front and the back. After otoplasty surgery, the ears were sutured closer to the head for a nice, natural-looking result.
This young woman came in bothered by her protruding ears. The right ear stuck out further compared to the left. She wanted her ears pinned back so that she could finally wear her hair in a ponytail. This result is shown six months after otoplasty surgery, showing a nice, natural result while maintaining the same normal anatomy of an ear.
This young female had very strong ear cartilages that were protruding and stuck out too far from her head. The left ear was a little bit worse than the right, and she underwent otoplasty surgery with an incisionless technique to set back the antihelix. The antihelix is the rim of cartilage just inside the ear. Here she is shown three months after surgery with a nice, natural-looking result.