The ear is an organ that affects the external appearance of the person, has aesthetic value and also functional importance. In the ear, a variety of formal disorders, including no congenital development may occur. The most common aesthetic disorder in the ear is a squeezed ear deformity. Aesthetic ear surgery is the most common in our cosmetic surgery. With the prominent eared surgery, the angles of the ear are corrected and approached towards the head.
I want to have prominent ear surgery. What are the things that I should avoid after this surgery? For example, would it be a problem to use accessories such as headphones or glasses?
It takes a certain time for the ear to fully heal after prominent ear surgery. During this recovery period, the ears are kept at a fixed position with a bandana. The bandana is expected to be worn for an average of 6 weeks. During this process, patients should not wear accessories such as glasses that could open the stitches.
What is Prominent Ear Surgery with Lasers?
In-ear surgery, the incision is made behind the ear and many different tools can be used for these incisions. Cutting tools such as a scalpel, cautery, laser, or sapphire are the instruments used for the incision in surgery, and no one can be said to be better than the other.
It is normal to have minor hemorrhages during the incision and the amount of this bleeding does not change according to the cutting tools used. Hemorrhage in the operation is not the cut of the skin, but cartilage incisions made to interfere with cartilage.
Cartilage cuts should be performed very carefully, otherwise, the vessels on the cartilage may be damaged and dense bleeding may occur.
The veins on the cartilage should be burned with cautery whether they are cut with a laser or other cutting tools.
The correction of the ears with the laser attracts intense interest because it comes to the ear more easily and painlessly.