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The killer finger is back to poke young girls in the ear.
This is crazy how far this dude can stretch his ears. You hafta see this to believe it
his ear makes a sick sound :)
Dr. Lam shows a patient of his one day after otoplasty or cosmetic ear pinning to show how minor the recovery can be. For more information, please visit www.lamfacialplastics****.
Protuberant ears can be a devastating aesthetic deformity, especially for the maturing child subject to the ridicule of his or her peers. A simple and straightforward procedure, known in medical lingo as otoplasty, can return the ears to their natural orientation and configuration. Two principal pathologies may exist in isolation or in combination. A "lop-ear deformity" refers to the absence of an ear-cartilage fold known as the antihelix (the smaller curved, inner ridge of the ear that parallels the outer curve of the ear.) This type of deformity presents as an abnormally shaped ear that tends to flop forward. Alternatively, a "cup-ear deformity" refers to the exuberant cup-like cartilage bowl that resides near the actual ear canal that in turn makes the ear project out excessively. Surgery involves identifying the exact cosmetic problem and intervening in a targeted approach and on a timely basis. Oftentimes, ear surgery may be covered by insurance if done prior to adolescence.
KEY WORDS: OTOPLASTY, CUP EAR, LOP EAR, EAR DEFORMITY, PROTUBERANT EARS, EAR PINNING, COSMETIC
This guy has ears of different color!
what means to put a ring in your ear
Stari Girl Jewelry presents "The Earring-Closing the Loop" to show how easy it is to make beautiful jewelry. The complete "Beginner Jewelry Making" DVD is available from www.starigirljewelry****
Stari Girl Jewelry presents "Jewelry Design - The Earring Part One" to show you how easy it is to make jewelry. Pay attention, there will be a quiz at the end. How easy?
The complete "Beginner Jewelry Making" DVD is available at more...
ONE OF DR. LAM'S PATIENTS TALKS ABOUT HIS EXPERIENCE WITH EAR PINNING OTOPLASTY WITH DR. LAM, DALLAS TEXAS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT WWW.LAMFACIALPLASTICS.COM.
My laptop headphones chewed off my ears... even got my diamond earrings! Visit www.jealouscomputers**** and protect yourself!