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    Otoplasty is a surgical process for the ears to give a more symmetrical and more natural look if the ears are too far forward and sideways. This process is preferred to correct sagging, to bring the ears closer to the head and to make the ears less pronounced.

    Otoplasty is usually done under local anesthesia so that the patient is awake but does not feel pain. In some cases, general anesthesia may also be preferred.

    The surgeon cuts behind the ear and inside the ear bucket. Cuts are usually made along natural ear folds or in hidden areas, so traces are less noticeable.

    Shapes Ear Cartilage

    The surgeon uses special surgical techniques to correct excessive cartilage and cartilage curvature. The ear bucket is carefully shaped to provide a more symmetrical and more natural look.

    During the otoplasty aesthetics, the cartilage structure and ear shape on the back of the ear are corrected. Sometimes fat injection can also be done to give the ear a more natural contour. After the procedure is completed, the surgeon carefully closes the incisions. This is usually done with fine stitches and care is taken to keep the marks as hidden as possible.

    A recovery process that takes several days after otoplasty aesthetics is expected. The first few days may be mild pain, swelling, and bruising. Once the healing process is complete, the ears get a more symmetrical and more natural look.

    As with any surgical procedure, otoplasty aesthetics also contain some risks. These can be infection, wound healing

    problems, loss of sensation or post-surgical complications. Therefore, if you are considering this procedure, it is important to discuss with an experienced plastic surgeon and discuss the risks and benefits in detail.