Do you feel embarrassed by your earlobes?
Perhaps they’ve started to sag after years of wearing heavy earrings. Or perhaps as you’ve grown older, you’ve started to notice that your earlobes are sagging more. Either way, you’re not happy about the new shape of your earlobes – and you’d like to do something about it.
Earlobe Injections With Dr. Doherty
If the above sounds familiar, it’s time to schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sean Doherty at his practices in the metro Boston area. With two locations – downtown Boston and Concord, MA – Dr. Doherty is the top choice for individuals who want to correct the appearance of sagging or drooping earlobes.
Most patients who come for earlobe corrections are seeking to address issues caused by aging, heavy jewelry, piercings, and gravity. Some patients may have stretched earlobes due to the popularity of large round piercings, while others may have sagging earlobes as a result of wearing extremely heavy earrings for far too long.
More commonly, many patients are concerned about how their earlobes look as they age. Since elastin and collagen tends to break down as we grow older, earlobes are more vulnerable to the effects of gravity. As a result, earlobes start to droop, causing ears to look stretched out and older.
Dr. Doherty uses dermal fillers with hyaluronic acid to correct the appearance of sagging earlobes. He injects the dermal fillers directly into the earlobe with a small needle; the injection temporarily volumizes the lobe, which corrects sagging and drooping issues. As a bonus, the dermal filler injection can also smooth out wrinkles and fine lines, as well as minimize the appearance of damage caused by larger earrings.
There may be mild discomfort during the procedure; however, Dr. Doherty can use a numbing cream to help make patients more comfortable. The final results from your earlobe injection can last for six to twelve months.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
Ready to rejuvenate the appearance of your earlobes? Then it’s time to schedule a consultation with Dr. Doherty. Learn more by visiting Dr. Doherty at one of his practices in downtown Boston or Concord, MA; you can also visit https://www.seandohertymd.com/ for more information.