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Patient who desired to reduce the protrusion of her ears.  An otoplasty (ear-pinning) procedure was performed to recreate the natural folds of the ears to help set back both ears and provide for a very natural appearing outcome.

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Patient with lop ear where the upper aspect of the ears protrude secondary to an ill-defined anithelical fold. Seen here before and after otoplasty to address the lop ear. Profile view of the ear shown to demonstrate the goal of defining the antihelical fold to create natural appearing outcome.

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Before and after ear-pinning surgery for a patient with protruding ears. The profile view shows the creation of the natural fold of the ear called the anti-helical fold which can be seen to be missing in the pre-operative view. Arrow in the photo demonstrates the location of the anti-helical fold before and after

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Before and after otoplasty (ear-pinning) procedure

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Before and after otoplasty (ear-pinning) for a female

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Before and after otoplasty for a male patient with protruding ears. Common finding in that the upper half of the ears are flopping forward creating protrusion. This case was more challenging in that the patient shaves his head. The procedure is done in a manner to have the most natural appearance with well-hidden incisions behind the ears.

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Before and after otoplasty (ear-pinning) procedure for a patient who wanted to address the protruding upper half of the ears.

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Before and after bilateral otoplasty

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