I’m having ear surgery done
I’m having a surgeon fix my ears in Charlotte. My ears work perfectly well, but they stick out too far and it’s kind of embarrassing. My family has never been able to afford the surgery before, but it’s safe enough to do for anyone — even a child.
The procedure to fix my ears in Charlotte
In order to fix my ears in Charlotte, the surgeon wil make a small incision in the back of each ear, then reposition the cartilage in order to make the ears lie closer to the head. He or she might also adjust other parts of the ear if they need it.
Otoplasty can be done under local or general anesthetic, but you need to hold still while it’s happening. Children aren’t as good at holding still as adults, so when the surgery is being performed on a child, general anesthesia lets them sleep through it.
After the surgeon has done everything necessary to fix my ears in Charlotte, I’ll wrap a gauze bandage around my head like a turban for about five days to hold the ears in their new position until they heal there. The doctor will take the stitches out after a week or so. I can go back to work before then. For the first month afterward, I’ll have to stay away from any situation that could lead to an accidental blow to the head. (Actually, I normally try to avoid blows to the head, accidental or otherwise.)
The best ear surgeon in Charlotte NC
If you want your ears fixed, or your child’s, have it done by an expert. Dr. Sean Freeman is Charlotte’s best facial plastic surgeon. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has done only facial plastic surgery, including ear pinning, since 1988. If you want to fix my ears in Charlotte, or anyone else’s, schedule your appointment today or seek out an online consultation for a discount on the consultation fee.