Prominent or asymmetrical ears affects 1% of the population in the UK. Although predominantly associated with men, it is also common for women to undergo this procedure. Women are as likely as men to suffer from prominent/asymmetrical ears however in some cases women find it easier to mask this if they have long hair. Ear irregularities are usually hereditary and tend to run in families. Ear irregularities can cause a lack of self-confidence, embarrassment and low self-esteem. If you are thinking about ear correction surgery, you will be happy to know that the procedure is straightforward and highly effective. Always ensure that your surgeon is experienced in this field and GMC Specialist Registered.
Pinnaplasty / Ear Correction Surgery
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