Dr. Júlio Stédile has developed a revolutionary method for correction of fan ear, which consists of the combination of technical refinements for instant repositioning of the ear cartilage.
THE TECHNIQUE DEVELOPED IS BASED ON STUDY OF THE DYNAMICS OF CARTILAGINOUS TISSUE. The proper handling of the dynamics of the cartilage convexities determines the immediate repositioning of the ear in relation to the cranium. THIS METHOD OF IMMEDIATE REPOSITIONING OF THE EARS consists of making incisions and micro-incisions to remodel the cartilaginous convexities combined with manipulating the internal ligaments of the ear.
ADVANTAGES: This technique allows the instant repositioning of the ear structures, completely eliminating the necessity for internal stitches or the use of head bandages for longer than 48 hours. This method drastically reduces the post-operation recovery period and softens the folds of the cartilage, providing a natural appearance. This technique can be applied both to adults and children over the age of 4, and is performed under local anesthetic. It can also be combined with other facial surgery.
Patients who have undergone one or more Plastic Surgery procedure on their ears and have not obtained a satisfactory result WILL ALSO BENEFIT FROM THIS TECHNIQUE.
Dr. Júlio Stédile has great experience in Otorhinolaryngological and Facial Plastic Surgery, being one of the global authorities in this area.
CHOOSE YOUR SURGEON WISELY. There is a significant difference between the quality of medical work, in much the same way as there is in other professions (lawyers, teachers, carpenters, baby-sitters, etc.).
DIFFERENT SURGEONS HAVE DIFFERENT TRAINING, DIFFERENT WAYS OF WORKING AND ACHIEVE SIGNIFICANTLY DIFFERENT SURGICAL RESULTS.
• Dr. Júlio Stédile Ribeiro was awarded FIRST PLACE at the 6TH LATIN AMERICAN OTOLARYNGOLOGY AND FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY CONGRESS held in Lima in November 1997, for the development of the finesse in otoplasty technique.
• He was also awarded FIRST PLACE at the UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE in the United States for the development of FINESSE IN OTOPLASTY surgical techniques.