How do you repair a split earlobe?
When the earlobe has been entirely split and is now in two sections, surgical correction requires bringing the two pieces together without a noticeable gap or notch at the new end of the ear lobe. The inside surfaces of each side of the injury is precisely trimmed and then inset and stitched together.
The proper shaping of the earlobe is essential, and you can be confident in the skills of our team of plastic surgeons. They perform this surgery with artistry and care. Your earlobes are very flexible, composed of skin and fat. A split earlobe can occur due to an earring being pulled by a child, being caught in clothing, or trauma.