Right Quarter View- Both PreOp
These photos show how the earlobe looks normally (on the left), and when the lobe is placed on stretch (on the right). When the lobe is put on tension, the extent of the damage can be appreciated. This is a complete, through and through earlobe tear. The patient had two other piercings that are neither stretched nor torn. More
Right Quarter View
This quarter view shows the healed lobe prior to re-piercing. Obviously one of the piercings is occupied by an earring, while the other is well seen after surgery. The healing incision from the surgical repair can be seen just to the right of the piercing without the earring. It appears as a nondescript vertical healing scar next to the cheek. More
This front view gives the best look at the repair site prior to re-piercing. The healing scar is the vertical line just to the right of the unoccupied piercing. The scar will improve greatly over time, as the scar tissue matures. More
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