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Procedure: This procedure improves the shape, position and size of the ears. The supporting tissue (cartilage) is molded allowing reposition ear. An incision is used in the non-visible region BTE.

Duration: 1-2 hours.

Anesthesia: Young children: usually general anesthesia.
Adults: Local.

Hospitalization: Usually is an outpatient process.

Side Effects: Temporary will be burning, redness, swelling and numbness.

Recovery: Back to normal activities: Requires disability 1 week.
Strong activities: 1-2 months.