Stick out lobe

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Tuesday May 8th, 2012 @ 10:37 AM

Filed under: Ear

Hey guys! just hoping I could get a definite answer for something that’s been bugging me for a little while now, my ears are currently at 5/8ths and ever since about 8mm ive noticed my left one sticks out a little while the right one lies in line with the rest of my ear. Is this due to one being pierced in a different spot? and also is there any way to fix this? ive thought about maybe scalpelling to remove some excess skin from higher up my ear and stitching that up to pull my ear into place, any advice or answers would be greatly appreciated! scalpelling and surgery however would preferably be avoided!

It’s very normal for both your ears to sit differently once stretched because your ears are different at birth. I found that one of my ears stuck out a fair bit while I was stretching and scalpeling did make it sit flatter against my head - however don’t just scalpel your lobes up to fix that.

Scalpeling should really only be done as a last resource to correct an off placement or to stop a thin spot from getting worse, you could potentially limit your maximum size by unnecessarily scalpeling.

If you do decide that you want to cut em, make sure you shop around for a reputable piercing with a HEALED portfolio of lobe scalpeling.

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