There are various types of ear deformities and each of them must be treated in a different manner. Otoplasty is performed to correct excessive projection of the ears, placing them in a more normal position and thus making them less evident. Moreover, earlobe deformities can be corrected by modelling the cartilage.
Despite being given little consideration very often, even ears play an important role in defining the overall image of a face. It would be ideal if they were small (or anyhow medium-sized), well defined and proportionate. To help those who, despite not having ‘naturally perfect ears’, wish to easily wear their hair in a bun or ponytail or have a short trendy haircut, otoplasty is the solution for all blemishes associated with the earlobe.