Archive for the ‘Ear Surgery’ Category
Repairing earlobes is not often the first thing people think about when they consider cosmetic plastic surgery. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones and the expert team at Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists have longstanding expertise in earlobe repair surgery. If you are considering earlobe repair, Dr. Jones will meet with you to assess the condition of your lobes and customize a repair or restoration plan. He will answer your questions and address any apprehensions you may have about the procedure. continue reading
Ears come in all shapes and sizes, and just as with noses, breasts, and other parts of the body, many people are unhappy with how their ears look. Cosmetic ear reconstruction surgery requires special qualifications that take into consideration the aesthetic features and the natural functionality of the ears. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is a nationally renowned authority when it comes to ear reconstruction surgery. His first-class education and training has earned him the highest ranking across the country, and Dr. Jones is double board certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat: ENT). continue reading
Whether you associate your ears with your facial appearance or not, the ears play a vital role in the symmetry and overall appearance of the face. The earlobes are prone to easily tearing and stretching because they do not have cartilage to help them keep their shape. At Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists, Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones offers excellence in earlobe repair through cosmetic surgery. Dr. Jones is renowned for his skill and artistry in repairing ear lobes that are torn, stretched, or drooping. Dr. Jones uses his specialties in cosmetic surgery to create natural looking and long lasting results.
An earlobe can become damaged or torn due to excessive weight from jewelry or from trauma to the ear. While the ears are not a typical source of attention when it comes to the facial appearance, damage to the earlobe can cause a distraction and an imbalance to the face. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists has over twenty years of first class education and experience in cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures. continue reading
Cauliflower ear is a result of blunt trauma to the ear, often repeatedly during contact sports. Ear trauma can occur as a result of a car accident, fall, or other injury. While not all ear trauma results in the condition “cauliflower ear,” this can be a direct result from trauma to the head region. The ears are often more susceptible to injury during accidents because of their projection from the head. In some cases, the ear(s) can be severely damaged or even lost, resulting in the need for reconstruction and restoration. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is recognized as a national leader when it comes to ear reconstructive surgery, and he has performed over 500 ear surgery procedures.
Many people find that they are unhappy with the size or shape of their ears. It may begin in early childhood when they are teased because their ears are larger than normal and stick out, or adults may find that they go to great lengths to cover their ears with hairstyles, hats, or other accessories. Fortunately, there is a cosmetic surgery available for those who wish to cosmetically alter their ears. Otoplasty, also known as ear plastic surgery, is a surgical technique used to pin the ears so that they do not protrude, reshape the ears, reduce the size of the ear or earlobe, and/or remove and recontour excess skin and cartilage. continue reading
If you have been in an accident that resulted in trauma to your ear or if you have a child who has suffered trauma to the ear, you are not alone. Unfortunately, parts of the ear are frequently injured. This is due, in part, to the ear’s exposure from its projection from the head. In more serious cases of ear trauma, the entire ear or parts of the ear may be severely damaged or even lost. Fortunately, most of this damage can be corrected in the hands of a skilled and experienced reconstructive surgeon. However, this type of reconstructive ear surgery requires a level of expertise that is shared by a small number of surgeons. continue reading