At the Bradford MySkyn Clinic, we offer a variety of ear lobe repair and reduction options, so take some time to read about what we have available.

Ear lobe repair or reduction is a cosmetic surgical procedure designed to correct or reduce deformities in the ear lobe. Deformities may be caused by body modification, accidents or genetics.

Whatever has caused you to come to this page today, never feel regret over a decision you made to modify your body in the past.

Body modification is seen across cultures and across centuries and is a natural human impulse.

Wanting to change your appearance – whether to fit in or stand out – is valid either way.

Before you start this process, you should be aware that it is not always possible to repair extreme skin tunnels. That being said, even if we cannot fully fix them, it may be possible to improve them.

All ear lobe correction surgery at MySkyn in Bradford is carried out by our consultant plastic surgeon, Mr Sharif Al-Ghazal.

Call 01274 921121 or contact us online to find out more today!

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What can be treated?

Stretched Earlobe – This is where a pierced ear has been stretched until the pierced hole becomes a ‘tunnel’. The larger the tunnel, the more difficult the repair, although repair is possible in most cases.

Split Earlobe – This is where the earlobe is torn, usually from a piercing being pulled; perhaps during sports, for example.

Prominent Earfold – This procedure involves pinning back protruding ears. At MySkyn, we offer a range of prominent earfold treatments and it is best that you book a consultation to discuss which one may benefit you.

What is the ear lobe repair process?

You will first have a consultation with Mr Sharif Al-Ghazal where he can assess your suitability for your desired procedure and address any concerns you may have.

Depending on the surgery you are scheduled for, the procedure could take as little as 30 minutes for two ears. You will receive a local anaesthetic to numb the pain.

You can resume your normal daily activities immediately afterwards, however you may need to return to Bradford to have stitches removed. Any stitches put in place will be visible for about a week, and any scars will fade over time if treated properly.

Full healing can take 4-6 weeks.

Why choose MySkyn?

MySkyn Clinic is CQC registered and doctor-led. Fully equipped with the latest technology, we are in a unique position to offer safe and professional care in a comfortable environment. We ensure that every treatment is tailored to the individual. Everyone is different and everyone has different needs. We make sure to give regular progress reviews to keep you updated on the process and to review the results.

All ear lobe repair and reduction treatments are carried out by our consultant plastic surgeon, Mr.Sharif K Al-Ghazal.

Mr. Al-Ghazal has 25 years of experience in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery, specialising in skin treatments. He is a member of the British Society for Surgery of the Hand and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, to name a few. Currently on contract with the Bradford Royal Infirmary, he also works in St. Lukes Hospital, Bradford, and lectures final year students in the Leeds University Medical School.

To learn more about our team and how we operate, click here.

Feel free to contact our Bradford clinic on 01274 921121 or online with any enquiries.

Getting to Know Bradford

MySkyn Clinc is fortunate enough to be located at: Allerton Health Centre, Belldean Road, Bradford, BD15 7WA. The city of Bradford is set in the beautiful West Yorkshire moorlands, central to the UK. It has transport links across the country and is very easy to reach by train, car or plane (Leeds Bradford Airport being six miles away).

You may not know that Bradford is recognised twice by UNESCO, being the world’s first UNESCO City of Film and home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Saltaire model village. Bradford holds still more accolades as the ‘wool capital of the world’ during the time of the industrial revolution, and – perhaps more surprisingly – the ‘Curry Capital of Britain’. Worth a visit, no?