Congenital ear deformities can range from minor differences in the shape and size of the ear to the complete absence of the ear on one or both sides (microtia). Dr. Fisher’s training as a craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgeon has given him the tools to help your little one with ear reconstruction, no matter where on this spectrum they may be.
Microtia and Ear Reconstruction
Although quite rare, missing one or both outer ears, also known as microtia, is one of the most common congenital facial deformities. This condition can cause various ear deformities ranging from small, partial ears to completely missing ears in more extreme cases.