Ear Pinning in Birmingham
If you’ve struggled with disliking the look or shape of your ears, a simple procedure could ease this discomfort permanently. Ear pinning, also known as otoplasty or pinnaplasty, is a popular surgery to achieve a more proportionate or symmetrical ear shape and size. While the procedure is relatively simple, the benefits are wide-ranging – transforming self-esteem, lifestyle choices and even career choices. And because the ears act as a frame to the face, ear pinning can make a huge difference to your immediate appearance.
So why Medbelle? With hand-picked surgeons, one-on-one patient guidance and partnerships with the UK’s leading hospitals, you’ll be supported by the UK’s highest-rated medical provider for your ear pinning in Birmingham.
Choose Medbelle for Your Ear Pinning in Birmingham
Medbelle’s surgeons are the best-trained and most competitively priced for ear pinning in Birmingham. This is a claim we back up with proof. Each surgeon is trained in the UK to the highest level in their field and has BAAPS or BAAPRAS membership and at least 10 years experience as a plastic surgeon as a starting standard. Our ear pinning surgeons are leaders in their industry, using the most advanced and proven techniques for reliably outstanding results.
Our Ear Pinning surgeons in Birmingham
- Lead NHS Consultant plastic surgeon at The University Hospital Birmingham
- Featured in "Extreme Male Beauty" and on TV programmes such as "Extreme Makeover"
"He frequently features on national and regional TV news and is a regular on a host of radio shows as his expertise and opinion is much sought after by the media."
- Has trained internationally under many internationally renowned surgeons
- Very well published with articles in many Pubmed indexed journals
"Highly experienced and very well published, Jag is a true expert in his field having trained internationally with some of the world's most renowned surgeons."
Medbelle Locations in Manchester
Our Manchester clinic reflects our high standards of patient care. We ensure each contains the latest equipment, a comfortable setting, and most importantly, reliable, friendly and well-trained staff, by your side from consultation to appointment and to your eyelid surgery in Manchester.
Featured Medbelle Location in Manchester
The Nuffield Health Grosvenor Hotel In Chester has been the area’s leading private hospital since 1975. With excellent private ensuite rooms, an onsite gym and state-of-art operating equipment thanks to a £7m investment, it serves Manchester and the surrounding area with a clinic specialising in cosmetic surgery.
Your Ear Pinning in Birmingham
Ear pinning, ear correction, otoplasty and pinnaplasty all refer to the same procedure. That is, changing the size, shape or position of the ears with the aim of achieving a proportionate and symmetrical ear appearance. This is done by realigning the ‘pinna’ of the ear.
The procedure usually lasts between 60 to 120 minutes. It might be done as a day procedure or you may have an overnight stay at the hospital. It starts with signing a consent form and discussing the desired goal of the surgery and marking the ear. During the surgery, general or local anaesthetic with or without sedation is used. It’s up to you and your surgeon which suits you best.
A small incision is made where the ear meets the head, showing cartilage. The surgeon uses this to reshape the ear, and secures it into a new position with permanent structures to prevent the ear protruding again, stitching the wound and wrapping a tight bandage around the head. Naturally, the scar here is rarely visible.
Once surgery is complete, you’ll recover from the anaesthetic and return home – usually on the same day. You’ll see the difference immediately, with the changes being appreciated even more after 3 to 6 months.
Ear Pinning In Birmingham: Frequently Asked Questions
Though a simple procedure, you may have questions about your ear pinning in Birmingham. Below you can find some of the most common ear pinning FAQs.
Will the NHS pay for my ear pinning?
Do I need a GP referral for ear pinning surgery?
When can I wear glasses again?
Will an ear pinning affect my hearing?
What is earfold surgery?