Earlobes – Wrinkled or Losing Shape?

Earlobes!  One of my patients recently said she was happy that “her earrings didn’t face the floor anymore.”


Many women/men don’t realize that collapsing earlobes can be improved with fillers like Juvederm and Restylane.  Even Sculptra can be used in some situations.  Filling the earlobe usually solves problems like creasing, loss of shape, and most wrinkles.  It won’t solve a tear in the earlobe – that needs to be done surgically.  Since Juvederm and Restylane come in a syringe and earlobes don’t need a whole syringe, decide ahead of time where you’d like to put the remainder of the syringe.


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Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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