Torn or punctured earlobes can result from years of using (heavy) earrings. The holes tear out, which can lead to loss of your jewelry, as well as a disfiguring appearance of the earlobe(s). Additionally, your earlobes may have been stretched by wearing “stretchers” and you no longer wish to wear them. Fortunately, this can be corrected with a small procedure under local anesthesia. An earlobe heals very nicely, with no visible scar. By means of an earlobe correction, the earlobes can be repaired and even after some months, holes can be shot in them again.