While the ear and temple straddle the zygomatic arch that can contribute to a widened cheek, the two anatomic areas are otherwise unrelated apart from their proximity.
Perceived problems in these structures are usually mild, and corrective surgical techniques are much simpler and straightforward than those required for facial bone contouring.
In many cases, simply wearing the hair longer can camouflage any anatomic shortcoming.
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Asian Ear Surgery Overview
Most noticed in profile, the ear and temple are not often of major cosmetic concern
Asian Otoplasty Ear Surgery
Ear reshaping by excision and repositioning of skin and cartilage
Ear Lobe Plastic Surgery
Surgery to repair a torn or deformed ear lobe, often related to wearing heavy earrings
Asian Temple Augmentation
Correction of a depressed temple using surgical or nonsurgical methods