The need for revision surgery after Otoplasty is rare but can occur. Factors
contributing to potential revisions include asymmetry, incomplete correction, or
unforeseen complications. However, with skilled surgeons and proper
preoperative evaluation, the likelihood of revisions is low. Precise planning and
meticulous surgical techniques aim to achieve desired results in the initial
procedure. Patients must follow post-operative instructions to reduce the
chance of requiring revision surgery.