Ears


This may not be an area which immediately springs to mind when you think about age-related changes however over time, just like there are changes in our face and neck, there are visible changes in our ears due to the loss of collagen and elastin in our skin.  These changes can manifest in a few different ways such as wrinkles in the ear lobes but women more often notice the changes due to the ear piercing hole changing shape.  What starts off as a small hole in youth can develop into an elongated slit which continues to lengthen over time and this is exacerbated by the wearing of earrings, especially heavy earrings which weigh the ear lobe down.  Studs also don’t sit as well and the concern is continued use of heavy earrings could potentially result in a split ear lobe.

A simple and safe non-surgical procedure can be undertaken which restores the strength of the ear lobe and allows you to continue to enjoy wearing the jewellery you wish to.

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How is this achieved?

Small amounts of dermal filler are strategically placed to plump up and restore the volume which has been lost which strengthens the ear lobes. Any elongation of the ear piercing hole is also reduced using targeted injections of dermal filler.

What is the cost?

The cost to treat both ears is £450. Results last 12-18 months but may last longer.