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The following material contains graphic images of an actual surgery that may be disturbing. Parents are advised that these images may not be suitable for young children.
The Doctors met Jhordyne earlier this year when she came to them asking for help for her ears. She said they stuck out and caused her a great amount of insecurity. She even shared that as a child, she was bullied because of them. The Doctors put her in touch with plastic surgeon expert Dr. Michael Zarrabi, who agreed to perform an otoplasty for her.
The Doctors were there with their cameras to watch the procedure! They are joined by Dr. Zarrabi in the studio to explain more about the surgery. He shares that these surgeries are very technically challenging but not difficult operations. He says the most difficult part is creating symmetry between the two ears. He is very pleased with the surgery and results. And for Jhordyne?
She joins on Skye and says, "I am definitely ecstatic! I'm more happy than I've ever been in my entire life. I have way more confidence than I could have ever even imagined!"
Dr. Zarrabi shares that his own daughter was born with ears that stick out a bit too far, but if corrected right at birth, you can avoid surgery by using tape and splints to pin the ears back. If you have this issue, seek help from a board-certified plastic surgeon. The solution can be very simple!