This is a 19-year-old female who originally came to the office about her wisdom teeth. After talking with Dr. Robert Guyette, the patient expressed concern about her earlobes after she removed her earlobe gauges. The procedure began by numbing the earlobes with local anesthetic, and per patient requested Nitrous Oxide was used as well. Dr. Guyette made a small incision on each lobe, removed the excess tissue, re-contoured the lobes, and stitched up the areas. A few months later the patient had Dr. Guyette re-pierce both earlobes so she could wear earrings again. Postoperative photos were taken nine months after surgery.