Earlobe Repair FAQs – Can I re-pierce my earlobe after surgery?
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Our expert Plastic Surgeon Adrian Richards is the Medical Director for The Private Clinic. Clinics are located in Birmingham, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Glasgow, London Harley Street, Leeds, Manchester and Northampton.
This video series features the questions we have received about stretched and split earlobes. Stretched earlobes are increasingly common in today’s society, therefore correction of stretches is also becoming more common.
We get loads of questions from patients, some of which we simply answer, but the most frequent, we like to turn into information videos for you, so we have answers to these questions within our Youtube channel and on our website which is instantly accessible.
We get asked often if it is possible to re-pierce your ears following earlobe correction. It is certainly possible, however it is important to allow the wound to fully heal, which means we like to leave it for at least three months so it can be back to full strength, and the scar will be fully healed. The scar will be a weak point of your ear, which means it is of paramount importance to avoid piercing the ear on the scar. If you go too close to the scar, you are at risk of rupturing the ear again.
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