Ear Correction

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Ear Correction - Otoplasty

Although there are no functional problems associated with prominent ears, the psychological distress it causes can become a problem. Changing the angle and shape of the ear through Otoplasty (ear correction) makes it appear less obvious.

Otoplasty is the surgical procedure performed to reduce prominent ears. In children with severe cases of the condition, it is best to perform the procedure early, preferably between the ages of 2 to 5 years old. Completion at an early age is beneficial in two respects: the cartilage is still extremely pliable, permitting greater ease of shaping; second, children will experience the psychological benefits from the cosmetic improvement. The majority of patients who undergo this operation are between 4 and 14 years old. Adults may also benefit from ear correction surgery and have the choice to combine it with other facial cosmetic procedures.


We recommend two consultation appointments with the patient (and parents, in the case of minors) to discuss concerns, objectives, details of the surgery, and any potential risk factors and complications. We also use this opportunity to ensure patients have a realistic expectation of what we are setting out to do. Dr. Graham Sellars and the entire team are committed to making sure you understand as much as possible through before and after photos of previous patients, supplemental reading material, and individual consultation.

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Information about Ear Correction

The procedure involves cutting the skin behind the ear in an ellipse shape to expose the underlying cartilage. We then “score” the cartilage to make it more malleable. Although removal of a little piece of cartilage is necessary for some, most cases only require folding it back into a more natural shape. The wound is then closed with a dissolvable suture that doesn’t need to come out.

Before & After

Meet Dr Graham Sellars

Amongst the many things you may look for when choosing a Plastic Surgeon – reputation, experience, cost, compatibility – none can be more important than how well qualified the surgeon is to carry out the procedure you are considering. Always look for the title "Specialist Plastic Surgeon" to ensure your surgeon is fully qualified.

In addition to the establishment and operation of his own practice since 2002, Dr Sellars is one of the supervisors of Plastic Surgery training at the Sydney Adventist Hospital and has served on the hospital’s Medical Advisory Committee. He was Chairman of the NSW Chapter of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons from 2011 to 2013 and participates in the training of future Plastic Surgeons in Australia.

After graduating from the University of NSW in 1992, Dr Sellars’ initial surgical training was at the Royal North Shore Hospital...

Why Dr Graham Sellars


You know you are in the safest hands with a Plastic Surgeon who is experienced, conservative and highly respected, with over 21 years in private practice. Dr Sellars is a fully qualified Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon FRACS (Plast)..



We have a very long list of clients and patients delighted with our service and care. Take a look at just a few before and after photos in the gallery to see other’s journey to a new look.



Of course safety is our top priority and our entire team has decades of training and experience. Be assured your plastic surgery journey with us will not be rushed or pressured.



02 9480 8577

The San Clinic, Suite 507
185 Fox Valley Road,
Wahroonga NSW 2076


Fax: 02 9480 8579

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Friday: 9am-3pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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