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Earlobe Rejuvenation addresses the elongated, excessively dangling earlobe that occurs naturally. This change in shape is due to a reduction in collagen, a key component in maintaining firm, elastic skin. You may notice sagging, thinning and even wrinkling of the earlobe. This can make it difficult to wear certain types of earrings, which can fall downward due to a lack of structural support and be aesthetically displeasing.

How does Earlobe Rejuvenation work?

Dermal fillers can be an option to restore the youthful look and feel to the lobe. Juvederm and Restylane can be injected to add softness and create a rounder, plumper look. The filler lasts for about six months and should be repeated to keep volume within the earlobes. If the patient prefers the more voluminous appearance, a fat transfer is another more permanent option. Earlobe Rejuvenation is relatively quick and comfortable. Patients can wear small earrings immediately thereafter, and there is little to no swelling or bruising after treatment.