If you are unhappy with the size or shape of your ears, Otoplasty could be the right choice for you.
Ear correction surgery, or Otoplasty, is a simple cosmetic surgery procedure that works on enhancing the appearance of your ears by removing or reshaping the cartilage that sits inside. The procedure can help ‘pin back’ ears that stick out, make larger ears smaller or improve the overall appearance of your ears.
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You’ll be able to talk in detail with your surgeon about the results you want to achieve and they’ll work with you to attain the right position and shape for your ears.
Meet our experienced surgeons
Mr Lim qualified in medicine in 1995 in Leeds and completed his specialist training in cosmetic surgery in 2013. &...
Mr Kirkpatrick qualified in medicine in 1987 and completed his specialist training in plastic surgery in 2002.
Mr Hamilton qualified in medicine in 1991 in Glasgow and completed his specialist medical training in 2002.
Mr Widdowson qualified in medicine in 1999 and then went on to complete his specialist training in plastic ...
Mr. Srouji has held a fixed term consultant position in the NHS since September 2010 where he specialises ...
Mr Ottaviani qualified in medicine in Italy in 1980, and in 1985 completed post-graduate training in General Surgery in 1985 ...
Mr Antonacci qualified in medicine in 2007 in Italy and completed his specialist training in plastic and reconstructive ...
Mr Nathan has 15 years surgical experience in the NHS and has practised cosmetic surgery independently since 1998 gaining ...
Mr Rochira qualified in medicine in 2004 and completed the specialist training in plastic and reconstructive surgery in ...
Mr Bitzos qualified in medicine in 1996 in Athens. Mr Bitzos then trained fully and worked in the ...
Mr Giannas qualified in medicine in Greece in 1990. He then specialised in plastic and reconstructive surgery, completing ...
Mr Lahoud qualified in medicine in Italy (1994) and completed his Residency in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in ...
Mr Jones qualified firstly in dentistry in 1983 and then medicine in 1992, gaining his FRCS in 1995 and the ...
Mr Bhatty is a UK trained cosmetic surgeon. He has worked as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon both ...
Mr Akhtar qualified in medicine in 1996 and completed his specialist training in plastic surgery in 2013.
Mr Clarke qualified in 1986, gained his FRCS in 1990 and completed five years' specialist training in plastic surgery ...
Mr Mahdi qualified in 1981, gained his MRCS in 1986 and acquired extensive training and experience in plastic ...
Ms Hadden qualified in 1988 and obtained her FRCS in 1995. From 1992 - 1999, Ms Hadden's training was focused on ...
Transform is committed to helping people to achieve their dreams. We’re one of the most trusted cosmetic surgery brands; our services span across three privately owned, dedicated hospitals- as well as a network of 22 specialist clinics around the UK.
Our surgeons bring a wealth of experience and each year they perform tens of thousands of procedures with Transform, the highest number by any cosmetic surgery provider in the UK. With the lowest rate of further revision surgery in the UK, you can trust their expertise and our leading three-year aftercare warranty.
From your first contact with Transform, we want you to feel comfortable that you’ve come to the right place. We’re dedicated to providing exceptional care, and we’re proud to say that so many of our patients agree. More than 95% rate their Transform experience as good or excellent and we receive enquiries from 15,000 people each year on the recommendation of family and friends.
When you come to Transform, the entire experience is designed around you and your needs. We’ll listen carefully to your aspirations, and you’ll receive all the advice and support you need throughout your journey with us. Here’s a step-by-step guide to what you can expect from your cosmetic surgery.
1. Your first appointment
The first step is to meet your patient advisor. You’ll be able to talk to them about why you’re considering ear correction surgery, the likely costs and finance options, how much time you may need to take off work, and when you’d like to have the surgery. If you feel ready, we’ll then book you in for your free consultation with one of our surgeons.
2. Your surgical consultation
At your free consultation, your surgeon will ask you about the results you want to achieve from the surgery. You can discuss every aspect of your ear correction surgery – from the different procedures to the benefits and risks – with no obligation to go ahead. Our surgeons are extremely knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions you have.
Your surgeon will discuss the right surgery method to correct the concern you have and the results you can expect. If you feel ready to go ahead and book your surgery, they’ll then refer you to a clinic nurse who’ll perform some pre-op tests and procedures.
3. The surgery
In most cases, ear correction surgery takes around two hours and is performed under local anaesthetic, so there’s no hospital stay. On the day of your surgery, you’ll meet with your surgeon so you can go through the consent form and ask any last-minute questions.
You’ll know in advance which ear correction method your surgeon will use. This will usually involve making incisions behind your ears and then removing or reshaping the cartilage, so any scars will be hidden. Most of our patients are able to leave the hospital within a few hours of their procedure.
We’ll be here throughout the recovery process after your ear surgery to help you recuperate quickly and safely. Your ears are likely to be sore, swollen and bruised to begin with and the area will be bandaged. You’ll need to wear this bandage for about a week, during which time you won’t be able to drive because it will muffle your hearing.
Before you go home we’ll talk to you about caring for your ears, make your follow-up appointment and give you the number for our 24/7 patient helpline. If you have any worries, you can speak to a member of our clinical team, day or night.
We believe that the highest quality aftercare is just as important as the surgery itself, so we’re here to support you. At your follow-up appointment, we’ll remove the bandage and you might then need to wear a smaller headband at night for a few more weeks until your ears are fully healed from your Otoplasty. You may need to take a week off work for the initial healing period, and it’ll be around six weeks before you’ll be able to resume activities like contact sports and swimming.
If you have any questions or concerns at all, you can contact our 24/7 helpline. All patients have access to our three-year aftercare programme as standard and you’ll have the option to extend cover to up to 10 years.
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As with all surgical procedures, there are some risks attached, but we’ll fully explain these to you so you can feel as confident and reassured as possible before going ahead.
The procedure is performed under local anaesthetic to ensure that you are comfortable and feel no pain. Any discomfort after surgery will usually subside in a few days.
Before you leave hospital, we’ll advise you on what to do to ensure you recover quickly from otoplasty. You may need to take a week off work for the initial healing period, and it’ll be around six weeks before you’ll be able to resume activities like contact sports and swimming.
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