Before + After Photos
Dr. Raval's experience as a nationally recognized facial plastic surgeon means that he can address a number of concerns regarding the appearance of your face. That includes protruding or asymmetrical ears and damaged earlobes.
What Can an Otoplasty Do For Me?
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your ears and are looking for a way to achieve symmetry or a reduction in size, an otoplasty procedure may be for you. This procedure can also repair injuries such as a torn or elongated earlobes.
Unlike many other cosmetic surgeries, an otoplasty can be performed as early as 5 or 6 years old. This is because the ear is quick to mature and does so at that early age. If protruding ears are a concern for a young child, correcting the issue at a young age can sometimes spare them years of teasing and bullying. Of course, a personal consultation with Dr. Jeffrey Raval, MD is the best way to find out if an otoplasty is right for you or your child.
Results are a Reflection of Skill
Plastic surgery requires many years of medical training and experience. But it is also an art. Here at Raval Facial Aesthetics, Dr. Jeffrey Raval’s fundamental philosophy is “less is more.” In other words, finesse matters – especially when the surgery will permanently alter your appearance.
The best surgeon for you has undeniable medical credentials and proven experience. That gives you confidence in their skill. But your surgeon cannot do their best work unless you are open and honest about your concerns and desired results.
Do Your Homework
Looking at before and after photos is an essential part of deciding whether or not to have any procedure. But it’s not the only deciding factor. Learn as much as you can about each surgical option. What does it entail? How long will it take? How much downtime is involved? What else is there to know about recovery? What does it cost?
The best way to have all of your questions answered is to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Raval.
Get Your Otoplasty Consultation
This procedure can help young children or adults address concerns regarding the ears. ($100 fee)