Otoplasty for prominent ears - demographics and surgical timing in different populations
Prominent ears are seen in approximately 5% of the population. This benign condition can be treated surgically to reduce or prevent psychological and social problems, most...
1 month ago - International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Surgeries That Enhance Facial Structure
While some facial plastic surgeries are designed to recreate a more youthful appearance, others are designed to enhance your natural beauty. The following surgeries that...
1 month ago - MD Face
Complications after prominent ear correction - A systematic review of the literature
There is great diversity in reported post-operative outcomes for otoplasty, with the incidence of haematoma or infection ranging from 0 percent to 15.6 percent and 0 percent to...
1 month ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Otoplasty: Corrective Ear Surgery for Children
The deeply personal decision to undergo an elective surgery becomes even more complicated when considering surgery for a child. Otoplasty is a procedure that may be...
4 monthes ago - MD Face
Auricular transverse muscle shortening as an adjunct to perichondrium-sparing Mustarde otoplasty
Recently, our article entitled “Antitragicus muscle resection: a key to correction of prominent lobules” was published in this journal.1 In addition to malposition or...
5 monthes ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Otoplasty procedure: potential candidates for improved ears
Some individuals who are uncomfortable with the appearance of their ears may consider undergoing otoplasty procedure to improve them. Individuals with disproportionate...
9 monthes ago
Title: Otoplasty Category: Procedures and Tests Created: 12/31/1997 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 9/14/2016 12:00:00 AM
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