Non-Surgical In-Office Earlobe Repair

From statement earrings to gauges, your ears hold some of the most captivating parts of your attire. Even when you are not wearing any jewelry, they frame your face as a focal point.

Earlobes can become stretched or torn from years of wearing heavy earrings. Age-related collagen loss can also affect the appearance of your earlobes. While most people worry about wrinkled, sagging skin on their face, the ears can be one of the first places to show signs of aging. As your skin loses elasticity and supportive tissues weaken, the ears will begin to sag, creating the illusion of growth.

With a non-surgical earlobe repair in Dallas, TX, Dr. Yash restores a natural look and creates an aesthetically-shaped, proportionate earlobe that can support earrings. We’ve written this post to help you learn more about this procedure and its benefits.

What Is Earlobe Repair?

When performing your non-surgical in-office earlobe repair, Dr. Yash will tighten, plump, and give your lobes the support they need. You can have this straightforward procedure in only a few minutes and return to your daily schedule immediately.

Though minimally invasive earlobe repair is suitable for adults of all ages, it is especially sought-after among people who have damage from earrings or have started noticing signs of aging ears. If you identify with these problems, this treatment can help you easily improve the look of your earlobes and have them restored to their previously full and firm look.

How Does Non-Surgical Earlobe Repair Work?

During an in-office earlobe repair, Dr. Yash will reshape the earlobe and utilize injectable fillers such as Restylane® to add volume and contour. By injecting a small amount of this hyaluronic acid-based filler, he can restore your natural and balanced ear appearance. Dr. Yash will properly repierce the earlobes once healed.

Most patients only need one session for earlobe repair and results are long-lasting. Once you see the remarkable, immediate improvement this procedure can provide, you may want to explore compatible in-office, zero-downtime injectable treatments.

What Other Procedures Pair Well With Earlobe Repair?

Additional in-office procedures that provide excellent results with no incisions, anesthesia risks, or healing time include:

  • Neuromodulators: Injectables such as BOTOX®, Xeomin®, and Dysport® use a purified version of botulinum toxin to create a temporary muscle paralysis that reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Lip Lift: As a subtle way to obtain lip augmentation, the lip lift is a technique that everts the upper lip to provide fullness, enhance the shape, and improve your pout.
  • Non-surgical facelift: Yash has perfected a non-surgical facelift that uses a combination of neuromodulators and dermal fillers to improve your face’s volume, reduce wrinkles, and deliver a youthful appearance.
  • Non-surgical rhinoplasty: If you want to alter your nose’s shape or appearance without committing to the discomfort of surgery, non-surgical rhinoplasty is an excellent application of dermal fillers.

You can discuss these options during your private consultation with Dr. Yash to find the ideal combination of solutions for you.

Contact Dr. Yash for Your Earlobe Repair Consultation

Now that you’ve learned more about non-surgical earlobe repair and compatible treatments, you can determine how best to approach your aesthetic concerns. It’s essential to seek advice from a qualified expert who understands your specific goals and can help you choose the right combination procedures. This will ensure you feel confident with your decision to improve your appearance.

By contacting Dr. Yash for your non-surgical in-office earlobe repair in Dallas, TX, you’ll get knowledgeable advice from a reliable, board-certified professional. With his extensive experience and qualifications, Dr. Yash can understand your concerns and put together a plan to help you address them. Whether you have already decided to pursue in-office treatments or have more questions, schedule a consultation by calling (469) 249-9615 today.