Otoplasty: Anterior Scoring and Posterior Rolling Technique in Adults

@article{Peker2002OtoplastyAS,
  title={Otoplasty: Anterior Scoring and Posterior Rolling Technique in Adults},
  author={Fatih Peker and Bahatt{\'i}n Cel{\'i}k{\"o}z},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={26},
  pages={267-273}
}
The corrective otoplasty is the aesthetic surgery most frequently performed in childhood. Some people neglect this deformity because it does not cause functional problems and seek treatment in their teen or adulthood. In this age group, the development of ear is no longer major concern. In this study, 178 adult patients were treated by using a modified form of anterior scoring technique for the correction of their prominent ears. In this method, after anterior scoring, as described by Chongchet… CONTINUE READING

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