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  • Otoplasty the "Pinning Back" of the Ears

    In cases of protruding or over-developed ears, the procedure of otoplasty may be an option. Otoplasty is commonly referred to as "pinning back" of the ears. It is available for children once their ears have stopped developing around the age of six. Over-developed ears can be the cause of psychological stress and trauma. Treatment should start at a young age before it becomes a serious issue. Trained in several surgical procedures related to maxillofacial, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Hiranaka can eliminate the majority of the problems related to protruding ears.

  • DOCTOR SPOTLIGHT: William Rosenblatt, MD, Plastic Surgeon

    Dr. Rosenblatt serves cosmetic and reconstructive surgery patients at Lenox Hill Plastic Surgery Center in Manhattan and the surrounding areas of New York City.

  • DOCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Arnold S Breitbart, MD, Plastic Surgeon

    Arnold S Breitbart, MD Dr. Arnold Breitbart is accomplished in the wide spectrum of plastic surgery. From his offices in Manhattan and Long Island, he provides renowned cosmetic surgery services to patients seeking abdominoplasty, Liposuction, breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, face lift, rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, gynecomastia surgery, and other body contouring procedures. He also offers non-invasive treatments such as Restylane®, Perlane®, BOTOX® Cosmetic, JUVÉDERM™ Injectable Gel, and Radiesse® injections.

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  • Ran Rubinstein, MD otoplasty before and after picture - locateadoc

    When it comes to the aesthetic of your ears, you don’t realize how important it is until it is a problem. Ears that noticeably stick out can make a person feel self-conscious about their appearance every single day. With just a minor cosmetic fix called otoplasty patients can correct the appearance of the ears. This procedure takes the ears in closer to the head for a more balanced appearance.

  • Ear Surgery Photo - LocateADoc.com

    There are many variables to consider when it comes to diagnosing and understanding hearing loss. Causes can include things like an infection, the build-up of fluids, a growth, and aging, to name a few. In some cases, antibiotics will be prescribed to see if the patient experiences improvement. In other situations, a non-prescription or custom-made hearing aid might be recommended. Lastly, when other solutions don't provide the results needed, an audiologist will often recommend surgery. These are three of the most common surgeries: