If your ears protrude, you may wish for a less noticeable appearance.
Fortunately, there is a type of plastic surgery that can reposition your ears: an otoplasty.You also have a renowned doctor here to help.
Double-certified surgeon David A. Sherris and his team can perform this procedure at The Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery in Buffalo, NY.
What Is an Otoplasty?
An otoplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery intended to change the position of protruding ears. It can pin, reposition, or trim the cartilage so that your ears no longer visibly protrude.
Over 50,000 Americans Received an Otoplasty In 2020
If you are considering an otoplasty to reposition your ear and cartilage, you're not alone. 53,095 Americans chose to refine their appearance with this surgical procedure in 2020 alone, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Improve Your Confidence With Ear Surgery
Conspicuous ears can distract from a person's natural facial features. They can also hurt your self-esteem and confidence. With cosmetic ear surgery, the ears can be repositioned so that they look more natural and more attractive.
A simple-looking change makes all the difference.
See the Confidence An Otoplasty Can Create
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Dr. Sherris, his nurse Arlene, and the entire staff is absolutely amazing. I highly recommend them. The quality of the work is outstanding, we are shocked at the results of my 5 year old daughters surgery. They are incredibly nice and a caring group of people. If I could give them 100 stars, I would.View on Google
Thanks to Dr. Sherris and his wonderful team I’ve gained a confidence in myself that I didn’t know existed. It is a marvelous feeling.
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Meet Double Board-Certified Surgeon Dr. Sherris
Since 2005, Dr. Sherris has continually been voted among the "Best Doctors of America." You can have his incredible experience at your disposal when you visit our Buffalo, NY, office.
What Does It Mean to Be Double Board-Certified?
While it's a rarity due to the intensive nature of the process, some surgeons — like Dr. Sherris — are double board-certified.
This means that they have gone through the time, training, and rigorous testing to receive their certification from two different boards relevant to their field.
In his case, he is certified by both the American Board of Otolaryngology and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Choosing a qualified professional for your surgery, like Dr. Sherris, can improve your potential results.
Hear About the Transformative Effects Of an Otoplasty
Benefit From a Established Professional In the Field of Plastic Surgery
Dr. Sherris has established an incredible reputation in the field of plastic surgery. When you visit him, you will be receiving excellent surgical care from a doctor who once worked for the Mayo Clinic. There, he was a part of the Facial Plastic Surgery Division, where he held a chairman role and was also the chief of Facial Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Sherris also works as a professor and chairman in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. Not only does he train other doctors, but he has also written over a hundred publications in his field.
To learn more about Dr. Sherris and the difference a double board-certified plastic surgeon can make, contact our Buffalo, NY, office or call
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Dr. Sherris and his staff are very professional and kind. I am beyond happy with my results. Dr. Sherris and his staff were available for any questions I had before and after surgery.View on Google
The entire team is excellent and extremely professional. There is no doubt that I made the best decision of my life in choosing Dr. Sherris to perform my procedures.View on Google
Dr. Sherris performs two different kinds of ear surgery at his Buffalo, NY, practice.
How Old Do I Have to Be To Receive an Otoplasty?
Patients as young as five years old can refine their ears with an otoplasty; this is the age when ears finish developing. Dr. Sherris will wait to ensure that your ears have stopped growing before he considers performing an otoplasty.
Being comfortable with who you see in the mirror is a benefit that cannot be qualified.
Otoplasty requires little recovery time and has an extremely high success rate with minimal risks.