Congenital Ear Deformities Corrected

Girl's congenital ear deformities correctedYou can get congenital ear deformities corrected by national leader in ear reconstruction surgery (microtia), Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones. Congenital ear deformities can be extremely difficult for children and especially their parents. That is why you need a skilled and compassionate reconstructive surgeon you can trust. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is double board certified in plastic surgery and otolaryngology (ENT) and has done over 500 ear surgery procedures using the time tested rib graft technique.

Dr. Jones is one of the leading authorities on ear reconstruction and has created the Guide to Microtia to help parents understand the defect. He has had 20 years of schooling and training at some of the most prestigious institutions and hospitals across the United States and Europe as well as over 20 years of experience in plastic surgery. Dr. Jones also developed proprietary methodologies to improve the rib graft technique and solve issues patients have encountered.

Ear Deformity Correction Surgery

It’s important for parents to understand the options open to them when considering microtia or other types of ear deformity reconstructive surgeries, including otoplasty. While there are several different methods for microtia repair including artificial implants and plastic glue-on or snap-on ears, we believe that the time tested, tried and true sculpted rib graft technique is the best. It has the advantage of using one’s own natural tissue and is less susceptible to infection or rejection than an artificial ear.

If you would like to learn more about Dr. Jones’ proven technique for correcting congenital ear deformities or to schedule a consultation, please contact our Atlanta Congenital Ear Deformities Corrected Surgeon today. During your consultation, Dr. Jones will discuss your desired results, address your questions and concerns and come up with an ear reconstruction plan that is tailored to your specific needs.