It consists of reattaching the ears of children and adults.

The ear detachment can be due to either thickened and unfolded cartilage or a detached lobule or a combination of factors.

Several techniques exist and the most suitable will depend on the pathology.

The interview with the surgeon will determine the best way to proceed.

In adults, it is performed under local anesthesia with sedation if the patient wishes and without hospitalization.

In children, general anesthesia is preferred.

Count 4 days of dressing around the head and then, wearing a bandage is sufficient. The sutures will be removed on the 10th postoperative day