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Earlobe Reconstruction

Earlobe Reconstruction

Earlobe reconstruction is a very common procedure for women and men looking to rejuvenate their earlobes.  The procedure is traditionally performed with a small wedge excision directly to the earlobe, which is carefully designed by Dr. Capuano to compliment the contour of your natural earlobes creating a more youthful earlobe.  

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Is Earlobe Reconstruction Right For Me?

Earlobe reconstruction also known as earlobe rejuvenation may be right for you if you have noticed that your earlobes are hanging lower than you would like and you find that they flap in the wind a bit or when you turn your head quickly. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does this procedure take to perform?

This procedure can take anywhere from 45-90 minutes, it is performed in the office using local and oral medication to ease any amount of stress pre surgery.  

What is the recovery for earlobe reconstruction?

The recovery post earlobe reconstruction is minimal, usually we operate on patients and they can return to regular life within 48 hours of surgery.  There is some swelling that occurs, it usually lasts a few days but is controlled with NSAIDS.  

How do I make an appointment for a consultation?

If you are interested in seeking a consultation for earlobe reconstruction with Dr. Capuano, simply call 201-820-5280 and we will happily assist you.

How much does earlobe reconstruction cost in Bergen County NJ?

When performed by Dr. Capuano earlobe reconstruction can cost $750-$1150 per earlobe.

Does ear lobe reconstruction hurt?

Pain is a subjective experience, though Dr. Capuano and his staff are extremely conscious of this for our patients and use oral and topical followed by injections of numbing medication in order to keep people at their most comfortable for this procedure.  

Does Dr. Capuano pierce ears?

We often get requests for Dr. Capuano to pierce their children's ears or re-pierce their ears, especially after he has done earlobe reconstruction on them.  Dr. Capuano does not pierce ears. If you are interested in finding out where to go, please call our office for more information.  

My son pulled my earring thru my ear, is this the procedure I need?

Yes, although an earring pull through injury can result in varying degrees of trauma to the earlobe. Earlobe reconstruction will address this type of injury.  If it has just happened and your ear is bleeding profusely, split in half and is painful, please go to the nearest Emergency room so the trauma can be controlled.  Ask them reach out to us for further information.  They will help determine if you need immediate attention.