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Ear Reconstruction

Ear Reconstruction: The Innovation That Is Changing Lives!

Ear reconstruction, today, is encompassing all the treatments and surgeries used for correcting ear deformities. This breakthrough procedure is one of its kind innovative method that has brought hope to many who suffered a missing or deformed ear-lobe problem since birth. These conditions include Anotia/Microtia (congenital underdeveloped or missing ears lobes), constricted ear deformities, protru...
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Otoplasty Surgery For Prominent Ear!

Human body has many small and big deformities that are correctable. With the innovations in science and technology, nothing seems difficult or impossible.One such abnormality found in human body is Otapostasis, commonly known as Bat Ear or Prominent Ear. Let us find out in details about the condition, causes and treatment. What Is Otapostasis? Otapostasis refers to a body...
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7 Things to know before Otoplasty

We live in a very glamorous & media driven world. Here everyone wants to look fantastic and be perfect. Thanks to the plastic surgeries & cosmetic treatments, it's all become possible. We have heard of botox, fillers, tummy tuck, liposuction, etc, but ear rejuvenation or beautification is not that one hears on a regular basis. Hairstyles, hats & accessories, only go so far. For permane...
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Microtia – Causes, Types & Treatment

Microtia is a medical term used for congenital deformity in which a child is born with an under developed ear. The severity can range from being partially formed ear to a lump of a tissue or ear being absent altogether. Microtia can affect one ear (Unilateral Microtia) or both ears (Bilateral Microtia)

Causes of Microtia:

Microtia is a congenital disorder (Present at bi...

Otoplasty for Prominent Ears

Otoplasty for Prominent Ears
Prominent ear, also known as otapostasis or bat ear is an abnormally protruding human ear. In this condition, the concha (the depression in the external ear leading to its central opening) is large with poorly developed antihelix (a curved prominence of cartilage parallel with and in front of the helix on the pinna) and scapha (the curved ...