The most common indication for otoplasty is protruding ears; it’s a congenital anatomical feature of the auricle. Still, there is a surgical intervention aimed at changing the shape of ears. Reconstructive plasty may be required in case of
congenital defects of the auricles (sometimes their complete absence). In any case, the main indication for surgical intervention is the patient's desire to correct appearance.
There is a number of contraindications to otoplasty:
- • blood-clotting disorders;
- • infectious diseases;
- • exacerbation of chronic diseases;
- • inflammatory diseases of the ear, nasal cavity and throat;
- • diabetes mellitus;
- • oncological diseases.
Otoplasty is low-trauma surgery, so it can be performed both under local or general anesthesia. The surgeon decides what type of anesthesia to use, depending on the complexity of the operation and the chosen method of ear plasty.
The surgery itself lasts from 30 minutes to 2 hours. There is no need, as a rule, to stay in the clinic after the operation; the client can leave the same day. However, it is obligatory to comply with all the doctor’s recommendations and pass
Patients’ reviews after otoplasty are mostly positive, this surgery is simple and the percentage of complications is very low, that can occur basically because of elementary disregard for the postoperative recommendations of the doctor.
Clients of ADONIS Beauty clinic can be sure, that they are in the reliable hands of the best specialists in plastic surgery.