Earlobes can be too long or too large, ruptured, or stretched. An earlobe correction is a simple procedure that can solve this problem.
The procedure in case of an enlarged hole in the earlobe can simply consist of reducing the size of the hole. When the earlobe has been completely torn, a small incision is made, called a wedge excision. Some tissue is then removed and the skin is reconnected and stitched. The damage caused by a torn earlobe can, in many cases, be improved, but a scar will remain visible.