Otoplasty / Ear Correction Surgery

Concerns patients discuss about their ears:

Protruding ears or ‘bat ears’
Asymmetry: one ear very different to the other
Large earlobes, long earlobes, torn lobes from ear rings
If you have one of the above concerns you may wish to consider Otoplasty.

Otoplasty / Ear Correction Surgery

  • A simple procedure that can make a big difference to the way you feel about your appearance
  • A Safe and reliable surgical technique. World renowned for its longevity and reliability
  • Outpatient procedure performed as Day Surgery
  • State-of-the-art post operative aftercare: for confidence and peace of mind.
Ear Surgery Before and After Gallery
Dr Georgina Konrat - Brisbane Cosmetic Surgeon

Dr Georgina Konrat

BSc BSc (Hons) MBBS FACCS Cosmetic Surgery Cosmetic Medicine

Certified in Cosmetic Surgery Badge A. C. C. S. Badge Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery Code of Practice Badge

Information about otoplasty surgery

Otoplasty, surgery to correct prominent ears, is very effective in creating normal proportions of the ears and a sense of balance to the head and face.

Protruding or exceptionally large ears can make a person feel self-conscious or embarrassed about his or her appearance. Protruding ears may also make it difficult to wear hats, caps, helmets and protective headgear in certain occupations. Women may feel self-conscious about wearing their hair behind their ears or in a ponytail or bun, while men may be reluctant to adopt a fashionable short hair cut because their ears are always on display.

Patient journey for otoplasty


  • Consultation with Dr Georgina Konrat to examine the details of the problem and to plan its correction. A complete medical history is taken and a thorough examination is conducted in order to evaluate your general health. Dr Konrat will describe the procedure and answer any questions you may have.
  • Do not take aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs ten days before and ten days after your operation.  These medicines can thin your blood and aggravate bruising or bleeding.
  • Avoid alcohol for two weeks before and after your procedure.

Risks and possible complications of otoplasty surgery

Risks Specific to Otoplasty Surgery

Overcorrection:  this places the ears too close to the head and may require a revision surgery.

Keloid/Hypertrophic scar formation: a thick scar that grows larger than is expected

Infection: It is important to take the prescribed antibiotics following the surgery to prevent infection.

Otoplasty / Ear Correction Surgery

$ price upon consultation *

You will be provided with an accurate quote during your consultation, so you can be assured that you will be receiving a treatment specifically tailored to your individual needs. Our consultation with you, is the groundwork we do to ensure that you can put your trust in us. We try at all times to keep all our procedures within an acceptable and ethical cost estimate allowing patients the opportunity to make personal life changes they need or desire.

Not sure where to start? Let us help you.

We would love to help you explore your options and realise your vision, so please get in touch and we'll be more than happy to assist you.

Call us on 07 3391 5710 or request a callback using the form below.