Ear Lobe surgery
The earlobes are appendages of the ears made of skin and small amounts of fatty tissues. With constant wearing of large and heavy earpieces the lobes piercing becomes large and occasionally results in complete slit.
Earlobe repair is done by bloodless surgical method and tiny sutures are put in place to close the enlarged piercing minimally visible suturing line.
After about 6 weeks a new piercing is done in a manner that the pressure is not executed at the old repaired piercing. Thus the patient is able to put earpieces of their choice.