Day 7: Earlobe Reconstruction

SUMMARY: We can help to repair damaged earlobes by removing scar tissue and reshaping with RadioSurgery, allowing the skin to heal to look like a regular earlobe.

 

BEST FOR TREATING:

 

  • Torn earlobe
  • Over-stretched earlobe

 

NUMBER OF TREATMENTS: 1

 

TREATMENT TIME: 30-60 minutes

 

ANAESTHETIC: Local anaesthetic injection

 

SENSITIVITY PERIOD: Some discomfort during and after treatment for a few days while the area heals

 

BACK TO WORK: Straight away

 

DURATION OF RESULTS: Permanent

 

For more information give us a call on 01225 700072 or e-mail us at enquiries@snowberrylane.co.uk.

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