Before and after earwell ear molding to correct cryptotia ear deformity
Bilateral otoplasty (Earpinning) in a young patient to provide a softer, natural look and help promote selfconfidence early on
Ear molding (Earwell) procedure performed in a newborn to correct a Stahl’s ear deformity
1 month after in-office surgery to remove severe keloid and aesthetic ear reconstruction
2 weeks after excision of very large keloid and reconstruction of ear lobe to bring back natural appearance
1 year after microtia reconstruction for patient born without an ear. This was performed with rib cartilage to create a new ear that matches the other side
After 2 stage surgery to correct Microtia, having utilized the childs’ own rib cartilage
Immediately after stage 1 of 2 stage microtia repair using the young patients own rib cartilage to form a new ear. In the second stage the ear will be elevated from below the skin and refined further
2 months after ear molding with the Earwell system to correct severe bilateral Stahl’s ear deformity.
After surgery to correct Cryptotia (buried cartilage). The full ear can now be seen.
Otoplasty (ear pinning) for correction of severe lop ear deformity on young girl.