What is Earlobe Repair?
Earlobes can become damaged or torn for a number of reasons, including because of heavy earrings, an injury, or gauges. This can cause you to feel embarrassed or self-conscious about the look of your ears. If you are experiencing torn/damaged earlobes, Dr. Ben Schultz, ABPS Certified, and his team can provide effective earlobe repair in Baltimore, MD. After a thorough consultation, Dr. Schultz will create a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve the best possible results. Learn more by contacting our state-of-the-art facility to schedule your initial consultation.
"How do I even begin to say how wonderful Dr. Ben Schultz is … he is simply the best physician/surgeon I’ve ever encountered! He is extremely knowledgeable, cares deeply about his patients, and has an impeccable bedside manner! He provided excellent care before, during, and after my nasal surgery. He is very attentive and always answered all of my questions. I know he has several patients, but he made me feel like I was his only one! I had a few complications after the surgery and he was very accommodating and understanding. It's rare to find a physician so caring and concerned about my health!"- K.W. / Google / Jun 02, 2023
"Right from the beginning I knew I would be in good hands with Dr. Ben. I was really nervous about my surgery but he put my mind at ease. From initially meeting him he was friendly, compassionate and easy to talk to. He was very thorough and answered any concerns I had. You can tell he truly cares for his patients. He would always check up on me to see how I was doing and was available when I needed him. I can’t thank him enough for what he has done for me. Dr.Ben is truly an amazing surgeon!"- E.H. / Google / Apr 17, 2023
"Wow...where should I start??!! I was diagnosed with breast cancer July of 2022. My GYN referred me to Drs. Ben and Michael Schultz (I will leave a separate review for Dr. Michael). From the time of my first consultation until today, Dr. Ben has been a God send. He is meticulous, and set realistic expectations. He texted me daily after my surgery to ensure I was feeling ok and healing properly. He did an amazing job on my reconstruction. EVERY doctor and staff person that has seen my results say, "Wow, your surgeon did an amazing job!" I usually question EVERYTHING I am told. However, he provided information in a way that was clear and concise. and.... best of all... his work proved exactly what he said he was going to do. Thanks Dr. Ben! ~Chevel God Speed!"- C.V. / Google / Apr 07, 2023
"Dr. Ben is amazing at what he does. And, amazingly, he gets back to me immediately with every question and concern. He always has a smile on his face to put you at ease. He and his father are the kindest doctors I’ve ever dealt with."- R.L. / Google / Mar 24, 2023
"Dr Ben, I can’t even put in words how appreciative I am of this man. I’ve been wanting a reduction for over 8 years now, I was at the point where the size literally weighed me down. He sympathized with me so much immediately and set himself apart from other surgeons I’ve met with by not downplaying my pain. I was so nervous about my surgery but he reassured me at every single step, he gave me his personal number for any post op questions which made me feel even better about choosing him. Every time I had a question, I waited no more than 30 mins for a response which was surprising given the amount of patients I’ve met at his practice. As a black woman, anything dealing with medical professionals is scary but Dr. Ben is the best I’ve ever interacted with. He restored my confidence in my body, went from a 36H to about a D cup. I have had absolutely no complications with my surgery, I felt like I was back to myself about 3-4 weeks post op. Thank you so much Dr. Ben! May God bless you infinitely"- M.M. / Google / Mar 18, 2023
What Can I Expect During Earlobe Repair?
Depending on the severity of your earlobe tear, Dr. Schultz will identify the appropriate treatment technique specifically for you. Most often, the entire treatment process lasts anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour to complete. A local anesthetic will be provided to help you remain comfortable, and a tiny incision will be made within the tissue of the ear. Any damaged areas will then be removed, and the incision will be carefully closed with sutures. Eliminating any damaged tissue from the ear can encourage new healthy tissue to develop. Sutures will need to be removed in about a week, and you can generally receive a new piercing in your ear within 6 – 8 weeks.
Rejuvenate Your Ears
If you are feeling self-conscious about torn or damaged earlobes or are wanting to wear earrings again, earlobe repair may be ideal for you. At our Baltimore, MD facility, Dr. Schultz can create an appropriate treatment plan to help you get your desired results. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.