Ear Surgery (Otoplasty) in Springfield, MA

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Ear SurgeryEar surgery, technically called otoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure that improves the appearance of the ears. Although he strives to create only subtle changes for his otoplasty patients from Springfield, MA, Dr. Brooks has found that the psychological benefits can be life changing. Often this procedure can relieve children from perpetual teasing and increase self-confidence in teens and adults.

To find out more about ear surgery, request a consultationrequest a consultation online with Dr. Brooks or call his office on the Longmeadow Town Green at (413) 565-4400.

Your Improvements

Dr. Brooks often performs otoplasty for children between the ages of 5 and 14, although older teens and adults benefit from it as well. Having the surgery at a younger age minimizes the emotional impact that is often caused by teasing. Dr. Brooks customizes each otoplasty procedure to the specific goals of each patient, with improvements from this procedure including:

  • Reducing the size of large ears
  • Placing protruding ears closer to the head
  • Sculpting misshapen ears
  • Repairing physically damaged ears
Meet Dr. Brooks

Dr. Brooks is a board-certified plastic surgeon committed to your care.

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See the results Dr. Brooks has achieved for his cosmetic surgery patients.

What to Expect

Dr. Brooks usually performs ear surgery as an outpatient procedure while the patient is under general anesthesia. He conceals the incisions behind the ears and within the natural folds of the skin. Children can resume non-strenuous activities and return to school after about a week; adults can usually return to their normal activities after about 5 days.

Results

Although the improvements from ear surgery are often subtle, they can have a great impact on the patient's self-esteem. Adults often enjoy a sense relief because they are no longer self-conscious about their ears. Their self-confidence is usually enhanced as well. Younger children are often spared from emotional harm that can be caused by insensitive comments and teasing.

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