Otoplasty, or setback of the ears, is a commonly performed procedure in children, but also in adults. It involves an incision behind the ear through which the cartilage of the ear is both repositioned and reshaped. .

Rarely do I incise, or cut, the cartilage, as this can give an unnaturally sharp appearance to the fold of the ear. Children most frequently have the operation done around the age of five and are most comfortable staying in hospital the night after the surgery. In adults, the operation can be done as a day only procedure.

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View before and after photos to get a general idea of what other patient’s outcomes were after surgery. This is no guarantee you will have similar results, even if you have a similar body. Results will vary by individual patient and many factors impact your results. Remember that every patient is unique and every surgery has unique aspects. Therefore, no two surgical procedures, or rejuvenation treatments, will get the exact same results. Images of actual patients are shown for information purposes only and are provided with patient consent for use by A/Prof Gianoutsos only.

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A/Prof. Mark Gianoutsos

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