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Manhattan Office: 212 324 3777
110 E.59th Street, #8B - New York, NY 10022 |
812 Park Avenue - New York, NY 10021 |
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Ear Surgery Conveniently located to serve New York City, Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Long Island

Before & After

Cosmetic & Craniofacial Surgery‘s before-and-after pictures of real patients.

Otoplasty/ Ear Surgery

Otoplasty, or ear pinning, corrects protruding ears by moving the external ears closer to the head. This minor surgery fixes ears that ‘stick-out’. It typically is performed in children ages 6 to 21 but may also be performed during adulthood. For school-aged children ridicule from protruding ears and be vicious. A simple office otoplasty can avoid future taunting or cruel joking.

Otoplasty Objectives

  • Correct protruding ears or minor deformities of the external ears.
  • Recreate the normal folds of the external ears.
  • Have a beneficial affect on a child’s self-esteem.

State of the Art Techniques

Dr. Bradley is able to hide all incisions and create a natural looking ear appearance from all viewing angles. He is even able to fix protruding ears that recur or come back after a previous otoplasty.

The results of my procedure exceeded my expectations. I was very pleased with the outcome. Dr. Bradley is extremely skilled and professional. I recommend him to all of my family and friends.

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Can otoplasty be performed during other surgeries?

Yes, an otolasty is commonly performed in combination with Facelift or Rhinoplasty procedures.

Other than protruding ears, what other deformities are there? Can they be fixed?

Dr. Bradley can fix other ear deformities like Cryptotia (buried or constricted ear), Microtia (underdeveloped ear), Anotia (total absence of ear), Stahl’s Ear (Pointy ear from extra fold), ear tags, and traumatic ear deformity.