Torn Ear Lobe Reconstruction(stichless , painless , scarless)
Ear reconstruction can involve the entire ear or only a part - the lobe. Otoplasty is a general term for ear reshaping. Ear lobe reconstruction is much less involved than other forms of ear reshaping.

Earlobe Tears can make the ear look ugly.
Women and men wear ear jewelry to enhance their appearance. Rings, posts, and other objects have adorned ears since ancient times. Various parts are pierced to better hold these items in place. Unfortunately significant weight or trauma can pull through tissue. A tear in the lobe or margin leaves a notch in the otherwise smooth continuous edge. This defect is usually very visible and hard to cover with hair or clothing.

What is actually torn?
The soft ear lobe has skin and fat. Other parts of the ear have cartilage adding structural strength. Since the tissue over the cartilage is thin, contour irregularities of the cartilage are easily seen. Reestablishing the delicate shape of the underlying cartilage adds complexity to a reconstruction.

Prevention
Unpierced ears are less likely to tear. The tiny wires that hold jewelry can tear through the tissue when sharply yanked or with enough pressure slowly over time. Around young children take the earrings out before the damage occurs. Young children grab jewelry and pull. Larger loops and bigger items are more easily snagged by their little hands. Small posts are less likely targets but can still cause damage.
Large or heavy items will gradually elongate the hole and eventually will tear through the lobe. Larger masses have more momentum and damage more easily happens during activity. If you cannot live without your heavy jewelry, be careful about quick movements. Lighter smaller adornments are safer.

Postoperative Care
You will need to wash your wound with soap and water three (3) times a day. A thin layer of antibiotic ointment is the only dressing in most cases. You may wash your hair but will have to be careful with blow dryers until sensation returns. (You could burn yourself without knowing it if you were still numb.) Expect a little drainage from the wound. Be careful of your good bed linens with the drainage and ointment. I remove sutures in about seven (7) days

When can I wear earrings after surgery?
If Dr. RavikantBhusan has rebuilt the ear with a dermabond pasting, you will have a temporary "ring" at the end of surgery. This derma bond comes out in about two weeks. The new hole is created after one month. Heavier jewelry is not recommended, but if you must, wait at least two months after surgery. Clip on earrings may be worn six weeks after surgery. All the above time periods may need to be delayed if you still have sensitivity at the surgical site.