Ear GaugeWhile popular with teenagers and young adults, ear gauging is not something that many individuals want to have for the rest of their life. Ear gauging leaves a stretched hole in the ear from a half inch to much larger. While some holes can shrink up after the plug or gauge is removed, often they do not and require a specialized type of reconstructive surgery to repair.

Since each individual has a very different ear shape and stretch from gauging, you should carefully choose a plastic surgeon who can best restore your ear to a more natural shape.

Plastic surgeons at U of U Health are specialists trained beyond the standard requirements. They are experienced in cases and conditions that other surgeons may not be able to properly repair. Don’t leave your future to a less-experienced surgeon. Request a consultation today.