Single (one hole/split) Repair - £260
Double (two holes/splits) Repair - £480
We can remove the stretched hole completely by sewing up the ear lobe through reconstruction as shown in the photos. Alternatively, we can repair stretched ear lobes (that have been split or
weakened) by removing the damaged tissue and stitching the healthy tissue together. This will shrink the current size of the hole, but will allow you to stretch further once fully healed.
As ear lobe reconstruction procedures are no longer offered on the NHS the only
alternatives are private cosmetic surgeries or body modification studios. Private cosmetic surgery prices range from £700 to £1500 per ear lobe and is completely financially unfeasible for most
people. We use the exact same equipment, sterilisation methods and procedure methods here, except we aren’t out to rip you off! There’s a reason cosmetic surgeons drive Porsches!
There are many reasons people consider having ear lobe reconstruction, especially as it’s such a quick and easy surgical procedure. Some people, having intentionally stretched their ear lobes to
wear tunnels, plugs or stretchers, later find themselves looking for work in industries were this modification is unsafe or simply not allowed and therefore need to have their lobes stitched up.
Others may have unintentionally stretched
their lobes after decades of wearing heavy, dangly earrings. This can result in elongated lobe piercing holes or in some cases, if the jewellery has migrated (grown out) far
enough, can split the lobe completely. We have ear lobe reconstruction options for all causes, types and shapes of damaged ears that simply involves having the ear lobe sewn up.