Otoplasty
PRINT

The projected earlobes have no specific relation to the growth of teenagers. The ears develop to good size early enough and the corrective operations can be performed as early as age 7. After this age there are no limits.

Attention must be paid to a very specific factor, this of the patient’s will. Certainly a small child cannot make such a decision as he may not realize the problem. The decision cannot be taken by parents alone. They have no right to make it. Parents may think that the child does hot have nice ears; the doctor may agree with them that they are not nice, but no operation should be performed unless the child is demanding it. The child has the right to grow first, to realize his problem, to estimate it, to talk about it, to decide and to agree with a procedure or to refuse it.

No exception can be made on this policy. No problems can arise until the patient decides; therefore no preventive operation is reasonable. For further information you may visit Projected earlobes - Otoplasty

I AM INTERESTED
B5bd2293786a3a325eabe1413b7686b210615a47
Testimonials

"I decided to get rid of my long lasting eye shadows and generally the "old & tired" look off my face. Dr. Merezas suggested eyelid correction. I really feel like my whole facial expression has changed now, improving my appearence, making me look younger and healthier!"

D.R.

© 2011 Dr. CHRISTOS MEREZAS PLASTIC SURGERY

Web Design & Development by Generation Y