Earlobe repair is quickly becoming one of the most requested procedures in the United States. Elongated earlobe holes or a split earlobe can be caused by many things; heavy earrings worn over long periods of time, gauges, earrings getting caught then pulled, children pulling on earrings, multiple piercings too close together or too close to the bottom of the lobe.

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Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

Earlobe Repair Surgery Consultaton

A medical history will be taken and your ears will be examined. Goals will be reviewed and a plan made to try and achieve these goals.

Pre-Procedure for Earlobe Repair Surgery

Dr. Roth can perform earlobe repair surgery in a matter of minutes, with no downtime. Whether you suffer from an elongated earlobe as a result of the aging process or from earring usage, Dr. Roth can repair your earlobe and provide a naturally rounded result.

Meet Dr. Roth

Dr. Jeffrey Roth is a board-certified plastic surgeon and a Las Vegas local since 1977. Drawn to medicine by his innate desire to help others, he provides exceptionally natural-looking results, concierge-level service, and long-lasting connections to every person who walks through his doors.

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Credentials You Can Trust:

Dr. Jeffrey Roth has the following credentials: ABMS Maintenance of Certification, AMerican Medical Association, The Aesthetic Society, Castle Connolly Top Doctors of 2022, Fellow American College of Surgeons, The American Board of Surgery, and American Society of Plastic Surgeons Dr. Jeffrey Roth has the following credentials: ABMS Maintenance of Certification, AMerican Medical Association, The Aesthetic Society, Castle Connolly Top Doctors of 2022, Fellow American College of Surgeons, The American Board of Surgery, and American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Day of Earlobe Repair Surgery

With Dr. Roth’s meticulous hand and advanced techniques, others may not be able to tell that one received the procedure. In fact, one might even be able to get their earlobe re-pierced if desired after torn earlobe repair has finished healing. With Dr. Roth’s skill, the scar that remains is usually well tolerated and looks very presentable.

What to Expect

Bringing your best look to life is as easy as 1-2-3.

1. Consultation

2. Pre-Op

3. Surgery

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Earlobe Repair Surgery Recovery

Torn earlobe repair is an outpatient procedure that produces minimal downtime.

Earlobe Repair Surgery FAQs

Q: What are some of the common earlobe procedures?

A: The most common earlobe deformities are split earlobes, enlarged piercing holes, and elongated earlobes. The first two are related to trauma. Big earlobes often result from prolonged use of heavy earrings or even the natural aging process.


Q: What is a split earlobe deformity?

A: A split earlobe is a separation of the skin on the lobe causing a split-like appearance.


Q: What type of anesthesia is used for earlobe surgery?

A: Earlobe repairs can be performed in the office under local anesthesia. However, they are commonly performed with other facial rejuvenation procedures such as a facelift and fat grafting that often require the person to be asleep.


Q: How long does the procedure last?

A: Each earlobe can take about 30 minutes to complete.


Q: Do stitches need to come out?

A: Some may need to come out and others may stay in and dissolve. If the dissolvable ones don’t dissolve within two weeks, they can be removed in the office.


Q: I have torn earlobes, when can I wear earrings again?

A: While not really a question about classic Otoplasty, this problem can usually be repaired. After repair, you should hold off on further ear piercing for least three months. This will allow the ears to heal properly. The new piercing should not be where the repair was. It is also better not to resume wearing large, heavy earrings.

Schedule a Consultation With Our Office

For further information and answers to any questions you may have, please call our Las Vegas office at  (702) 450-0777  or request a consultation online. We look forward to serving you.

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