Split Earlobe Repair

Split Earlobe Repair

Earlobe Repair

This is a simple, common, cosmetic procedure for torn or elongated slits from ear piercing and earring wear. The procedure consists of "freshening" the edges of the split and placement of sutures to complete the repair of the earlobe. After the healing, very minimal scarring remains allowing for an aesthetically pleasing end result. The ear can then be re-pierced in 4-6 weeks.*

Earlobe Reduction

This procedure is designed to remove excess skin and tissue of earlobes that have become wide or elongated. Dr. Laris will remove the skin and suture the lobe area leaving only a faint scar in the back of the earlobe, thus allowing for the aesthetic reshaping and ear rejuvenation. The technique used will depend on your ear’s current shape and the result you wish to achieve.

Contact us today at (602) 222-9111 to learn more about pricing and what treatment is recommended for your earlobes

Before & After Photos

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Phoenix Skin earlobe reduction procedure before and after
Phoenix Skin earlobe reduction procedure before and after
Phoenix Skin earlobe reduction procedure before and after


Pricing Information

  • Service Price
  • Earlobe Repair- Bilateral (Both) $600
  • Earlobe Repair (Single Earlobe) $350
  • Earlobe Reduction $Consult Required

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The content on this website is provided for general informational purposes only, and is not intended in any way to substitute professional medical advice. Professional medical advice will only be given by a licensed physician during an in-office consultation. Further, the information on this website does not create a physician-patient relationship. Even after consultation, patient must understand that results vary, and will not always resemble those shown on the website.