At the end of an oral surgery consultation many years ago, the patient took off her clip-on earring and asked, "What can you do about this?" Her earlobe was torn completely through into what is known as a "cleft." Since then, I've become a specialist in New York and Long Island for earlobe repair and reconstruction.
I prefer to use Ellman Radiofrequency Technology rather than a laser or scalpel to minimize scarring and promote quicker healing. A pierced hole should be pin sized, yet the stretching of tissue over time or an acute injury (e.g. earring tugged by a toddler) results in a completely torn earlobe or an "elongated hole" which can no longer support pierced earrings.
So here's the Quick Fix:
Earlobe Repair and Reconstruction is a highly desirable Cosmetic Facial Surgery procedure and results in a minimally or scar-free earlobe and enables the patient to wear pierced earrings again.