If you are not satisfied with the position of your ears, it can be easily corrected with an ear correction. An ear correction is a procedure in which the position of the ear is changed. Complications are very rare. Check out the experiences of clients who already underwent ear surgery here.
Although most ear surgeries are done on children between the ages of ten and fifteen, ears can be corrected well even later in life. Ears, which lie flat against your head, will be to your great satisfaction. Your face will have a completely different appearance. And the best part is that the result is forever.
This procedure is actually almost always done under local anesthesia on an outpatient basis.
The plastic surgeon will mark out where he is going to operate in advance, then you will immediately receive the anesthetic. This can be sensitive, but afterwards you will feel nothing.
After the procedure, which takes about an hour, you will have a head bandage. This will stay on for a week.
After 1 week you will return to the outpatient clinic and the bandage will be removed. The stitches are dissolvable. After this week you will not receive a new bandage, but you may not swim or play contact sports for 6 weeks.
After 6 weeks, you may do anything again.
The result is visible after just one week and for the rest of your life.