Cosmetic surgery can address imperfections in virtually every feature of the face: the nose, cheeks, chin, ears, eyes and eyebrow. From minor improvements to major procedures, don’t wait any longer to get the face you want.
Based on your facial analysis and individualized goals, Dr. Stallworth will devise a personalized treatment plan that’s not only right for you, but helps to maintain a youthful, natural appearance. Rejuvenation procedures cannot stop the process of aging, but they do aim to restore a younger, more vibrant “you” by resetting the clock of aging. Together, Dr. Stallworth can help you regain a vibrant, refreshed facial appearance.
The external ear, or pinna, is comprised of cartilage and overlying skin. It can be subdivided into specific anatomic parts including the helix, antihelix, tragus,antitragus, and lobule. These structures are separated from one another by hollow recesses, the largest of which, the concha cavum, is formed by the conchal cartilage. Like our noses, our external ear traits are inherited and help to convey our unique outward appearance.
Patients often seek ear lobe repair for several primary reasons. Traditionally, the downward pull of heavy earrings can stretch and elongate the ear lobe. As the skin and soft tissues weaken over time, the pierced hole can become larger and may eventually tear through the weakened tissue. This tends to happen in older patients after years of heavy earring use. A similar tear can also occur more abruptly from trauma.
As a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Stallworth is skilled in each of these areas, and has dedicated a significant portion of his practice to the restoration of facial anatomy and function compromised by cancers, trauma, and congenital deficits. He will help guide you in the restoration of your self-image and confidence after otherwise devastating experiences.