At the Plastic Surgery Institute of Atlanta we are lucky to have amazing patients! Here are some kind words from one of them:
“I had two Rhinoplasty’s done in the past by two different doctors In Florida. Both of which were incorrectly done and the results affected me monetarily and emotionally. After 5 years of being miserable and still unhappy, I heard of Paul by one of his previous patients that I met in a local Atlanta bar. I was amazed at the before and after results on my friend. I then decided to take another chance at it, so in May of 2013 I put my trust in this Doctor and had my 3rd Rhinoplasty. Today I am happy with my results. Finally, I am smiling and feel happier than I have been in a very long time. So that’s my story. I wish he would have been my first Doctor that did my procedure. I would have saved so much money. Regardless, When hiring a Plastic Surgeon, Beware.. In my book, Paul Mccluskey and his staff are the BEST!!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!! :)”
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Sometimes a subtle change is all that is needed to boost a patients confidence. Ear surgery can correct a range of aesthetic issues. The appearance of large ears, not in proportion to the face and prominent ears which protrude too far from the face can both be dramatically improved through a relatively simple office procedure which is performed under local anesthesia Prominent ears can have a huge negative impact on a person’s self esteem – I’ve seen patients go to extreme measures to hide prominent ears. Otoplasty surgery, or ear-pinning, is a safe procedure with beautiful results that patients love to show off.
The procedure involves making a small, well hidden incision behind the ear. The cartilage in the central part of the ear forms a bowl, and part of this cartilage is removed to lessen the protrusion of the ear. Specialized suture techniques are used to then “pin” the ear so that it sits flatter against the head. The incision behind the ear is closed with absorbable sutures and after the procedure the ear is bandaged and a headband is placed to help hold the ear in the pinned-back position while it heals.
For information on procedures offered by Dr McCluskey and the Plastic Surgery Institute of Atlanta visit http://sexualaesthetics.com/