Ear Surgery Philadelphia
Prominent ears can be a source of self-consciousness for both children and adults. When the ears draw too much attention, it is not uncommon for children to be subject to teasing that negatively impacts their selfesteem. The majority of the time, ear surgery, medically know as otoplasty, is performed on children between the ages of 4 to 18 years old. It is ideal to have a child undergo the procedure at age 4 or 5, as the ears have finished developing, and to prevent the low self-esteem that often results from ridicule from their school-age peers.
Adults often feel uncomfortable and suffer from low confidence when they feel that their ears are too noticeable. If your objective is for your ears or your children’s ears to be less obtrusive, otoplasty can help you achieve your goals.
Otoplasty is utilized to reduce the size of large ears and/or to set protruding ears back closer to the head. There are a number of variations of the procedure, depending upon the shape of ears and desired outcome. Dr. Chapin is a highly skilled board-certified plastic surgeon who offers his patients a fast and minimally invasive procedure that adjusts the ears to blend in naturally with the rest of the facial features and to restore a more balanced appearance.
Ear Surgery Can:
- Reduce the size of your ears
- Rectify ears that protrude too far from the head
- Restore symmetry between uneven ears
- Bring balance to facial features
Our Customized Approach
During the consultation Dr. Scott Chapin will carefully listen to ensure he fully understands all of your concerns. Dr. Chapin will evaluate the ears and provide a comprehensive outline of your procedure options. The details of the procedure will be thoroughly explained by Dr. Chapin during the consultation to clarify the recovery process and expected results.
Meet Dr. Scott Chapin
Dr. Scott D. Chapin blends medical science, artistry, and humanity in every procedure he performs. As a board-certified plastic surgeon, he specializes in aesthetic surgery, with a particular focus on breast surgery. His national reputation and commitment to excellence make him a top choice for Doylestown and beyond.
Day of Your Procedure
Your procedure will be performed under general anesthesia at a Bucks County or Montgomery County AAA Certified Facility. On the day of your procedure, Dr. Chapin and his highly trained team will meet with you to review all details and answer any questions before surgery. Generally, otoplasty takes about an hour to perform. You will receive exceptional and comprehensive care following your procedure to ensure your comfort.
Meet Dr. Noah Prince
Dr. Noah Prince applies his high-level expertise and compassionate bedside manner to give his patients the full benefit of his surgical skill. Throughout his career, the Harvard and Tufts University educated plastic surgeon has completed more than 4,000 procedures. His state-of-the-art techniques and exceptional outcomes help his patients love the way they look and love the way they feel.
Ear Surgery Recovery
Typically, otoplasty procedures involve minimal pain and downtime. Bandages will be necessary to protect the treated area for the first two weeks post procedure. Although each patient’s recovery is unique, it typically takes two weeks to heal. Dr. Chapin will provide complete preoperative and postoperative care instructions. He will monitor and advise when patients can gradually resume their daily activities, including exercise.
Contact Our Office
Dr. Scott Chapin serves patients from Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery counties. To learn more about otoplasty or to schedule a complimentary cosmetic consultation, contact our office today.