Protruding ears is the most common innate ear deformity. It is believed that about five percent of all population has this pathology. The causes for this might be because of the underdeveloped or incorrect form of an ear. Children might undergo this surgery from six years old, since typically at this age, a child’s ear has by 96 percent reached the size of an adult person. The patient undergoes surgery under general anaesthesia, older patients have it under local one. On average, the operation takes about 1-1.5 hours to complete, the initial results are visible immediately, the final result is seen in three to four months. Incision for the surgery is generally made on the back surface of the ear, when incisions are necessary on the front of the ear, they are made within its fold to hide them. After the required incisions are made, otoplasty surgeons rearrange or remove cartilage and any other actions needed to address a particular situation. Once this is complete, surgeons use sutures to close the incision.