Margery - Stretched earlobes repair surgery

Do 16 mm flesh tunnel gauges in earlobes return to normal or how can this be corrected through stretched earlobe surgery?

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Answer for Does the flesh tunnel gauge return to its normal size after removing it? from Renew Skin Team
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Earlobes are comprised of fatty tissue and soft skin by wearing heavy jewelry, whether they are long and heavy earrings or plugs and tunnels it is only natural that the ear will form around these accessory habits.

Unfortunately, the maximum size for a flesh tunnel that allows the ear gouge to return to normal is 8 mm. Anything bigger will not allow the lobe to retreat to a 1.2 mm or 1.6 mm gouge, leaving evidence of flesh tunnels. If the gouge was done by piercing the ear with a set size (1.6 mm, 3 mm or bigger) then the earlobe tissue will not return to its original size, requiring a surgical intervention.

Our Renew Skin and Health Clinic Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgeon, Mr. Alan Park has an excellent client record and can help anyone who wants to undergo torn earlobe, split earlobe or stretched earlobe reconstructive surgery. He ensures excellent cosmetic results for this private treatment along with fast recovery, helping correct any kind of earlobe deformity. The procedure itself lasts up to 20 to 30 minutes to perform; it is safe, painless due to the use of a local anesthetic and requires no downtime.


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