Already can we get those earrings that both liked you? Through a simple procedure we sutured with very fine non-allergenic wire hole so you return to boast of earrings.

What is Torn lobe surgery?

This is an intervention as simple and grateful.

It consists of dissecting the damaged or torn and sutured with monofilament hypoallergenic fine threads which conceal the most of the scar.

It is performed under local anesthesia and takes about 30 minutes to an hour depending on the case in our clinics Cànons Clinics, specializing in Surgery and Aesthetic Medicine.

After about 10 days or so points will be removed and at one month after surgery, will be held lobe piercing if desired.

Will I see any 3D simulation before Torn lobe surgery?

In our centers, specialized in Cosmetic Medicine and Surgery, offer the possibility to show through a new 3D program E-Stetix various three-dimensional simulations of Torn Lobe surgery to analyze a personalized and medically all aspects want to improve, just doing some pictures before that, and you get an idea about always, how you’ll be later, involved a variety of factors.

What will return to normal?

The ears may hurt a little the first few hours after surgery, but will ease local cold easily, following the pattern of analgesics and anti-inflammatories.

Mostly, the patients are well within hours of surgery. He placed a hypoallergenic paper strips of skin color being totally camouflaged. It removed the points and the strips a few days.

A posteriori, when the wound has healed it will proceed with the new drilling or drilling if the two lobes.

How do I prepare the surgery?

The doctor will give you instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines to keep on shooting or suppressing medications, vitamins, iron supplements, food, liquid and snuff.

Make sure also that a relative or companion to take home.

What precautions should I take?

In order to limit the risk of bleeding and bruising have to avoid taking in the 7 days before the procedure antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin, dipyridamole, ticlopidine, … as well as in the 3 days prior to taking NSAIDs like Ibuprofen antiplatelet effect, Diclofenac, indomethacin, piroxicam, naproxen…

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