Otoplasty, focused on reshaping or repositioning the ears, typically
doesn’t affect hearing. The procedure primarily addresses the external ear’s
structure, specifically the cartilage, and doesn’t involve the inner ear or
auditory mechanisms responsible for hearing. However, complications such as
infection or improper healing, though rare, could potentially impact the ear
canal. Consulting with a qualified surgeon and adhering to post-operative care
instructions minimises such risks, ensuring hearing remains unaffected.