Prof Wilson restored the ideal distance of 13 mm between the ear and the skull in this child.The cut was made in the back of the ear in a totally invisible setting.
A young lady, who was always self-conscious about her prominent ears, but waited until she was 27 years old to have them corrected. They protruding, asymmetric and had an element of cupping. Prof Wilson operated on her through inconspicuous cuts at the back of the ear. Note the more aesthetic orientation and corrected deformity, as well as improved direction of the ears.
This gentleman was self-conscious about the shape of his ears which were flatter and larger than normal. Prof Wilson performed a cartilage contouring otoplasty and corrected the ear shape and contour. Note that the cuts were invisible, at the back of the ear.
A 28 year old man had prominent ears and cupping, causing him discomfort and self-consciousness. Prof Wilson operated on him and repositioned the ears to their natural 12 mm distance from the skull. He performed the surgery under local anesthesia with sedation. Not only did he restore the ear contour, but also the aesthetic harmony of the face.
Prominent bat and protruding asymmetric ears in an 33 year old male. He also had deformity and cupping of the ear cartilages. Prof Wilson corrected the protrusion of the ear and restored the normal distance between the head and the ears. Note the more aesthetic orientation and harmonious angle between the ear and the rest of the face.
Protruding ears in an 38 year old man, that caused him psychologic upset. His ex-wife always pointed out his ear deformity and he went into rehabilitation to regain his self esteem. Dr Wilson repositioned the ears to their natural site, leading to a more cosmetic appearance.
Asymmetric Cupping and Bat ears in a 14 year old boy. Prof Wilson found the asymmetry quite challenging, because the cartilages were crumpled. He performed corrective surgery and borrowed cartilage to the right ear from the left one. The patient was very happy with the restored ear-skull distance and aesthetic appearance.
A 5 year old boy had prominent ears and cupping, with cartilage asymmetry and Stahl deformity. The right ear was shrunken more than the left ear. It caused him discomfort and self-consciousness. Dr Wilson corrected the deformity and projection by cartilage suturing under general anesthesia. Ultimately, the patient was thrilled with his new ears.
With aging, the ears of this 69 year old woman grew longer. Interestingly, that happened mainly in the lobule. It caused her discomfort and self-consciousness. Under local anesthesia, Prof Wilson shortened the ears, and the scar was totally invisible.
Prof Wilson operated on this protuberant left ear, and tried to restore symmetry with the right ear. He then reduced the prominence of both ears in this 48 year old man. The patient was grateful for this full corrective otoplasty and for the restoration of the shape and normal distance between the skull and ears.
A Huge Keloid developed at the top of the ear in a 24 year old woman, after attempted piercing. The lesion was removed and ear was reconstructed, followed by cosmetic refashioning of the auricle contour. Dr Wilson treated the Keloid simultaneously by his new technique using Botulinum Toxin and 5-FU.
A 41 year old man lost part of his ear during a fight with his neighbors. Dr Wilson replaced the lost part by cartilage from the rib cage. The patient was thrilled with the resultant near normal appearance.
Prof Wilson operated on a 29 year old man who lost part of his ear during a motor car accident. He replaced the lost part by cartilage and skin, which he borrowed from the healthy right side. This technique of composite graft, had an amazing result.
This 15 year old girl had a congenital anomaly known as microtia, where most of the ear was absent from birth. Only a deformed remnant was available. Prof Wilson borrowed cartilage from the ribs and skin from the scalp. He performed the reconstruction in 3 stages until a near normal ear was obtained.