A stretched earlobe is when the lobe has been purposely stretched using various ear taper tools and plugs to create an enlarged appearance.
Tribal Earlobe Repair General Procedure
Our surgeons are very experienced and are able to successfully repair all sizes of stretched tribal earlobes. Click here to book a consultation to see how we can help.
Bilateral stretched / tribal earlobe repair starts at £2,100 and can vary according to the degree of correction required, whether it is just the one ear or both that need the procedure and the size of your flesh tunnel. One tribal earlobe (unilaterial) repair starts from £1,050.
We also offer Split Earlobe Repair which you can find out more about here.
We don’t follow a one-price-fits-all policy and prices are quoted on a case by case basis. You will be given an accurate quote for your requirements following your consultation.
We also offer consultations with our highly experienced Patient Coordinators which require a £25 refundable deposit to secure your place. These are available in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Northampton.
Patient coordinators are able to offer you all the information you require prior to meeting a surgeon.
Please note all consultations available at our Harley Street clinic are with a surgeon.
The Private Clinic has clinics nationwide so we are sure to have an expert earlobe repair surgeon located near to you.
Where can I get stretched earlobe repair in London?
London – 98 Harley street, W1G7HZ
Where can I get stretched earlobe repair in Manchester?
Manchester – 25 St John Street, M3 4DT
Where can I get stretched earlobe repair in Birmingham?
Birmingham – 88 Hagley Road, B16 8LU – West Midlands
Where can I get tribal earlobe repair in Leeds?
Leeds – 45 Park Square North, LS1 2NP – Yorkshire
Where can I get tribal earlobe repair in Buckinghamshire?
Buckinghamshire – Virtual Consultation Only
Where can I get tribal earlobe repair in Northampton?
Northampton – 82 Billing Road, NN1 5DF – East Midlands
To find out more about booking a consultation at a clinic near you, contact us here.
If you had ear stretchers and they were below 10mm it is possible that the hole in your ear will naturally constrict back to a smaller size. If the hole is over 10mm then the hole will gradually shrink over time, but not enough so that it would not be noticeable and you will then require surgery to repair it.
The results from tribal earlobe repair surgery are permanent so unless you decide to stretch your ear again, they should not return to how they looked pre-surgery.