• No Cutting Or Skin Sutures
  • Day Procedure
  • Quick Recovery

The size and shape of our ears can have a profound effect on our appearance. Abnormally large or protruding ears may look aesthetically unpleasing and can impact our confidence and self-esteem. 

Non-surgical otoplasty can be an alternative to conventional surgical otoplasty in carefully selected patients. This method restores facial symmetry by correcting the prominently protruding ears to position them closer to the head. Overall, the result is a more aesthetically pleasing look that our patients are satisfied with.


Frequently Asked Questions

The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia while the patient is awake. With this technique, non-absorbable surgical threads are gently placed under the skin using tiny stitches to reshape the anti-helical fold. There is no cutting or suturing involved when closing any wounds. 



Non-surgical otoplasty is suitable for patients who want their protruding ears to be positioned closer to the head for better facial aesthetics. They lack a well-defined anti-helical fold which needs to be enhanced. These patients do not have excess cartilage at the base of the ears which may require surgical removal. 


Absolutely! We routinely see patients who only have one ear that protrudes more than the other. We can treat just the problematic ear. 


Consultations are $250 and redeemable towards your procedure. To secure your consultation, we require a deposit of $100, with the balance of $150 due on the day of your booking. Please call our DermAesthetics team to book your consultation, (08) 9380 6438 ext 1.


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Dr Ehsan Jadoon. AHPRA Registration: MED0001586460, Medical Practitioner. MBBS, FACAM, FCPCA.


All cosmetic procedures carry risks. Before considering any treatment, please seek independent opinions from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. All images displayed on this website are the property of DermAesthetics and are of actual DermAesthetics patients. Formal consent has been obtained from the respective individuals whose images have been used. Images are for reference purposes only. Individual results may vary.