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During this unsettling time, we wanted to reach out to our patients and reassure you of our commitment to maintaining a safe, clean environment at Noble Cosmetic Surgery, because providing a safe and healthy environment for our patients and staff has been our top priority. Additionally, please take note of the following:
  • As a cosmetic medicine facility, we typically do not service sick patients. Our patients are electing to have procedures that are not medically necessary, so your risk of running into an ill patient is lower than that of other healthcare facilities.
  • Our surgeries and other treatments are performed in our private facilities that are used purely for elective treatments.
We continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and are actively following the guidelines and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) as well as our local, state and federal government agencies. Our usual guidelines include universal precautions, frequent handwashing, and frequent sanitizing of all patient areas. For the most up-to-date information, please check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website about this evolving situation, how to reduce the risk of spreading illness, travel health notices, and more.

The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. Currently, as the coronavirus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person, we have now adopted several enhanced safety measures to decrease the risk of exposure to you and the community which include the following:
  • Please wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use the hand sanitizers provided when you enter our offices.
  • If you are feeling unwell or anyone in your household may have been exposed to COVID-19 through travel or attendance at large gatherings less than two weeks ago, please call us at your earliest convenience so we can reschedule you!
  • If you need to cough or sneeze, do so into the crease of your elbow, and then immediately wash your hands.
  • Know the symptoms of Coronavirus: tiredness, fever, weakness, shortness of breath and diarrhea. This virus is lower respiratory focused, so you may not have upper respiratory symptoms like a runny nose, sore throat, and congestion.
  • Take these additional preventive actions to stop the spread of germs-(wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces).
We hope that each of you will stay safe & healthy as we navigate this complex situation together.

Sincerely,
Dr. Obasi & his staff at Noble Cosmetic Surgery

New Patients: 214 - 617-1672 (Plano Directions) | 214 - 617-1682 (Desoto Directions) Existing Patients: 214-227-0668

Earlobe Repair

As a sensitive and delicate area, your earlobe can be easily torn or damaged. At Noble Cosmetic Surgery in Plano, Texas, Dr. Patrick Obasi offers earlobe repair among the many procedures available to patients. With a goal to minimize your pain and leave you with flawless skin, Dr. Obasi and his team are experts at helping men and women fix imperfections and feel more confident showing their faces to the world. Call Noble Cosmetic Surgery or click to schedule an earlobe repair procedure.

Earlobe Repair

Earlobe Repair Q & A

As an area of soft, delicate skin, your earlobe is prone to rips and tears. That’s especially true if you wear earrings or have ever had earring gauges, which cause the skin to stretch and sag. An earlobe tear might also happen if you’re active in sports or other high-impact activities that leave your ears exposed.

While a split earlobe might not cause you pain or any serious health issues, it can heal in a way that makes the ear look disfigured. Oozing, bleeding, or redness all indicate that a torn earlobe needs medical attention.

The separated skin on the earlobe must be stitched back together. In some cases, Dr. Obasi might need to cut away parts of the ear that are sagging to ensure the lobe doesn’t droop any further down.

He uses a local anesthetic to numb the ear. You’ll be fully awake and conscious during the procedure but won’t feel pain. After a few days, Dr. Obasi makes sure your ear has healed properly and removes your stitches.

He’ll give you instructions on how to clean and care for your ear moving forward, which might involve applying a special cleaning solution or antibiotic ointment to prevent infection.

Your ear will need to be closely monitored after the procedure to make sure it’s not exposed to bacteria or dirt that could cause infection. Good hygiene is usually enough, but you’ll also want to:

  • Keep hair away from your earlobe
  • Wash the ear and keep it dry
  • Refrain from wearing earrings or touching the ear unnecessarily
  • Cover the area with a bandage or wound dressing

An earlobe rip shouldn’t be left untreated for very long, as you risk the ear becoming deformed or infected. This will make treating or repairing it in the long-term more difficult.

If you’re concerned about an earlobe issue, contact Dr. Obasi today and he can determine whether or not you’re a good candidate for the earlobe repair surgery.

Patrick Obasi, MD, FACS
Noble Cosmetic Surgery
Patrick Obasi, MD, FACS Cosmetic Surgeon located in Plano,
TX & Desoto, TX

Dr. Obasi is certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, American Board of Surgery, and the American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery. He expands his education to enrich the lives of his patients. He has a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and biochemistry at the University of Texas Arlington and further at the Howard University College of Medicine. During his university years, he was recognized as an outstanding student, and he is now recognized as one of the top 10 best plastic surgeons in Texas by the National Academy of Plastic Surgeons, among other accolades.

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2105 West Spring Creek Parkway, Suite 300, Plano, TX 75023

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2727 Bolton Boone Drive, Suite 102, Desoto, TX 75115

New Patients: 214 - 617-1682
Existing Patients: 214-227-0668

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