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Protuberant Ears

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  • The authors describe the history of otoplasty and discuss anatomy and development of the ear, indications for otoplasty of protuberant ears, anatomical causes of protuberant ears, preoperative considerations, and postoperative care complications.[link.springer.com]
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  • Otoplasty: treatment for protuberant ears. In: Columbia Manual of Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery. New York:McGraw-Hill; 2002:357-361.[skintherapyletter.com]
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  • The surgical techniques are discussed for correction of protuberant ears that involve treatment of underdeveloped antihelical fold, conchal prominence and/or anterolateral rotation, prominent helix, and protruding earlobe.[link.springer.com]
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  • Prognosis This condition does not resolve spontaneously. After the age of 6 months, surgical correction is currently the only available method of addressing it.[patient.info]


  • While the specific etiology remains unknown, approximately 8% of patients with prominent/protruding ears have a family history of the abnormality. The “cause” of this is generally a defect in the Auricular cartilage of the ear .[hearinghealthmatters.org]


  • Some temporary swelling may occur, but it can be prevented by elevating the head when reclining.[interplastclinic.com]
  • Nguyen uses internal, non-removable sutures to create and hold the newly shaped cartilage in place and prevent them from moving. External stitches are done to close the incision.[drdavisnguyen.com]
  • Patients must not have an active ear infection or illness that would prevent proper healing.[carolinafacialplasticsurgery.com]
  • It can also prevent people who enjoy wearing earrings from wearing their favorite accessories. Another common issue is ear deformities that occur at birth. During development, one or both ears may form improperly.[houston-plasticsurgeon.com]
  • Such procedures help bring balance and proportion to the face and ears, and can help prevent traumatic teasing and low self-esteem in younger patients.[sedghplasticsurgery.com]

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