Scalpelling

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Sunday March 9th, 2008 @ 1:06 AM

Filed under: Ear

Hey,

Back in the day my dad was a piercer and had his ear stretched to about 28mm. This was nearly seven year ago and for the last 3 years it has been barely noticable (just looks like a normal piercing hole).

I want to scalpel my ears (professionally, obviously), but was worried about the permancy of it. Will it ever close up like a regualr stretch or is it more permanent, if you know what i mean?

Cheers

Chris

Any lobes beond 2 gauge should be considered permanent. However, in most cases lobes several sizes larger that were stretched will eventually return to there unstretched state. If you remove tissue, either by punching or scalpelling there is almost no chance of your ears returning to there unstretched state without the aid of surgery.


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