Non-Surgical Earlobe Repair & Rejuvenation
Boost Your Earring Game With Dermal Fillers
Similar to our face, neck, and hands, our earlobes reveal signs of age. The earlobes are an area that we usually don’t pay much attention to during our skincare routine, but over time, they begin to sag and stretch, having an effect on our overall appearance. As we age, we begin to lose elasticity and collagen in our skin, and our earlobes are not exempt from this. The weight and gravity of wearing heavy earrings can also contribute to the sagging of the ears.
At Essential Aesthetics, we treat the earlobes with non-surgical earlobe repair by using dermal filler injections such as Juvederm and Restylane to plump them up and reshape them.
What Are The Benefits Of Non-Surgical Earlobe Rejuvenation?
The biggest contributor to thin and stretched earlobes is heavy earrings. These dramatic earrings not only stretch and flatten the earlobes but also elongate them, making even small studs point downwards. A small amount of dermal filler placed in the earlobe can help volumize the earlobes and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
Earlobe fillers aren’t only for older patients who have lost volume in the lobes. It can also be used for younger patients looking for extra support in their lobes when wearing trendy, oversized earrings.
Do Earlobe Fillers Hurt?
Every patient’s tolerance for pain varies when it comes to injections. However, earlobe filler injections are virtually painless because of the quick process. A topical anesthetic will be applied to the treatment area to help with any discomfort.
How Long Do Earlobe Fillers Last?
With dermal filler injections in the earlobes, you can expect long-lasting results since the lobes don’t move and show expression as our faces do. Patients typically come in once every 9-12 months for a touch-up after their initial treatment.
ENHANCE YOUR EARLOBES TODAY
Schedule a consultation with our expert injector, Ellie Zarnegar, PA, DMSc, to learn more about non-surgical earlobe enhancement. You can fill out our consultation form online, or call 925.855.1773 to make an appointment.