blow removal

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Sunday December 27th, 2009 @ 3:03 PM

Filed under: Ear

I’ve had my lobes stretched to 3/4’s for a few years now, I’ve made several attempts to stretch further, but i have a rather large blowout on my left ear which makes it difficult to heal properly. basically the blowout itself swells and i have to downsize back to 3/4’s. My questions are: When getting the blowout removed. Is there any type of injections (for pain) when the blowout Scalpelled off? I seen photos but would like to know a bit more about the procedure. Also, would I be able to stretch after the fresh new lobe heals up? Thank you in advance.

After the tissue from a blowout is removed, the ear can stretch quite quickly after it heals up.
Some practitioners will use an injectable anesthetic mainly to control bleeding. Others can work quickly enough to remove the blowout without the need for any anesthetic at all.
Depending on the structure of the blowout, it can also be tied off to restrict bloodflow for a short time to make removal clean and easy.

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