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Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Kendall Peters, Orlando, FL

Kendall Peters, MD, FACS

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Otoplasty Before and After Pictures in Orlando, FL

Thank you for visiting the Otoplasty Before and After Gallery of the Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Located in Orlando, FL, we are proud to serve those individuals living in Orange County and Central Florida. All photos shown here are of actual patients who have undergone the otoplasty procedure at the Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. These are our real patients and their real results. None of these images have been retouched or edited at all in order to show the realistic transformations that are possible with plastic surgery procedures and Med Spa services.

Otoplasty CASE 1

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The Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery has been rated as one of the most comprehensive cosmetic surgery facilities in Greater Orlando with many options for both surgical and non-surgical shaping and contouring of the face, body, and breasts. The Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery is led by board-certified plastic surgeon Kendall Peters, MD, FACS, who has dedicated his career to providing the best patient care available in aesthetic medicine today. By holding himself to the highest standards of education, expertise, and skill, Dr. Peters has built a solid reputation for outstanding results and patient satisfaction.

Otoplasty is surgery performed on the ears in order to improve or reshape them when they are disproportionate or overly prominent. Such a condition may result when the ear cartilage fails to fold properly during development. Otoplasty helps to move the ears closer to the head or reduces the size of large ears. This is usually accomplished by making incisions behind the ear in order to reshape the cartilage thereby putting the ears into proper position with the face. Scarring well disguised and kept to a minimum. Surgery may be performed on children as well as adults. Children, however, should typically wait until the ear is fully developed at the age of 7 or 8.

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