If you’ve waited awhile to repair your earlobe, your skin may have become stretched, saggy, or even wrinkled. Fortunately, if this is the case, all of those conditions can be helped with Laser Treatments, injectable Fillers, or a combination of the two.
With Laser Treatments, you can get a contraction of the over-stretched tissue. This contraction can cause a plumping of the earlobe and improve the wrinkles and shape of the earlobe. There is often a week to two weeks of healing, but the results will last for years. If you’re using Fillers to rejuvenate and reshape your earlobes, a variety of them can be used. Fillers, like Restylane and Juvederm, are used in the earlobes just like they are used to replace lost volume in other places on the face and body. These injectable Filler treatments take ten to fifteen minutes. They will plump up the earlobes, help remove wrinkles, and help restore the shape of your earlobe. While there is no recovery time from these Filler treatments, they do need to be repeated every four to eight months to maintain your desired results.