Otoplasty primarily addresses the shape, position, and size of the outer
ear cartilage rather than stretched earlobes. However, in cases where
protruding ears involve stretched earlobes, surgeons may incorporate
techniques to address this issue during Otoplasty. By reshaping and
repositioning the ear cartilage, they might also adjust the earlobe’s
appearance, aiming to create a more balanced and harmonious overall ear
structure, though individual results may vary.