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Ear Lobe Repair – Erase Years of Wear & Tear

Thanks to years of wear and tear, our ears can be one of the first places to show visible signs of aging. Ear lobe repair is a unique procedure designed to restore more youthful contours and help patients enjoy a newfound sense of self-confidence. Dr. Karolak may choose to enlist both surgical and non-surgical methods to maximize the effects of your procedure while keeping pain, side effects, and downtime to a minimum.

How Does Ear Lobe Repair Work?

Ear lobe repair is a highly custom procedure that means something different for everyone. As a Board-Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Karolak works closely with each of his patients to gain a better understanding of their concerns and goals. Afterward, he may use various approaches to treat and rejuvenate the ear lobes.

Your earlobe repair may consist of laser treatments, volume replacement, ear lobe reduction, or ear piercing repair. Most procedures are done with a local anesthetic to keep you comfortable throughout.

Am I a Good Candidate
 For Earlobe Repair?

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What Results Will I See?*

Dr. Karolak works to restore the natural youthful contours of your past. While some patients may benefit from additional volume, others might achieve the results they want with ear lobe reduction. Whatever the reason you’ve chosen to enlist ear lobe repair, results can typically be seen immediately with an optimal outcome occurring in 2-6 weeks as post-surgical swelling fully subsides. Ear lobe repair is typically a long-lasting procedure with lifelong results.

Dr. Karolak is really kind and treats His patients very well. He is concerned about how we feel and answers all the questions that you have. Makes you feel very comfortable.*

– Sonia Via Facebook

This procedure may not be suitable for every patient. All patients must be evaluated by a physician as to the appropriateness of performing the procedure.

The above testimonial represents the individual’s response and reaction to the procedure; however, no medical procedure is risk-free. Associated potential risks and complications should be discussed with the physician rendering this procedure.

Consultations Are Available Now

Take the first step. Get your questions answered and find out which treatment option is best for your personal situation by meeting with Dr. Karolak for an in-person consultation. Simply fill out the form on this page, and one of our experienced team members at Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation.

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What is the Recovery Like?*

Recovery with ear lobe repair is typically minimal. Many patients are able to return to most day-to-day activities almost immediately including exercise. You’ll be asked to keep your head elevated to limit swelling to the treatment area for several days to a week. Because scars are well-hidden, most patients feel comfortable returning to work and social situations in a week or less. Ears can be re-pierced once fully healed in about 1-2 months.

Take the First Step – Request A Consultation

If you would like to schedule an in-person consultation, please fill out the form on this page or call (732) 955-9500 and one of our knowledgeable medical staff members at Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon will reach out to you promptly. Karolak Facial Plastic Surgeon is located in Wall Township, NJ, along the Jersey Shore in Monmouth County, but serving patients from all over the U.S. and the world.

This procedure may not be suitable for every patient. All patients must be evaluated by a physician as to the appropriateness of performing the procedure.

The above testimonial represents the individual’s response and reaction to the procedure; however, no medical procedure is risk-free. Associated potential risks and complications should be discussed with the physician rendering this procedure.