Dr. Lewin’s Complication Rates for Porous Implant Ear Reconstruction

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Dr. Lewin’s Complication Rates for Porous Implant Ear Reconstruction

Honesty is ALWAYS the best policy. I am a firm believer in closely tracking and consistently publishing my Microtia ear surgery complication rates with the Porous Implant Ear Reconstruction (PIER) technique. This may be considered “taboo” to some, but my … Continue reading

I ❤️NY(MAC) ~ Ear Conferences!

Posted by on Dec 11, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
I ❤️NY(MAC) ~ Ear Conferences!

This past week I traveled to New York to present to both colleagues and families about Microtia ear surgery. I had an amazing time at both conferences and thoroughly enjoyed exploring New York City! I was honored to be asked … Continue reading

“Teasing People Because They’re Different”

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
“Teasing People Because They’re Different”

As a Microtia ear reconstruction surgeon, I am very grateful for many things. One of which is the influence of my Microtia patients on my own children. My 12 year old daughter, Kaci (AKA Vice President of our non-profit, Earicles … Continue reading

Why do I prefer Porous Implant Ear Reconstruction over Rib Cartilage?

Posted by on Oct 2, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Why do I prefer Porous Implant Ear Reconstruction over Rib Cartilage?

I am frequently asked: “Dr. Lewin, why don’t you use the Rib Cartilage technique to perform Microtia ear surgery?” Up until 2010, I offered the Rib Cartilage surgery to patients who wanted that technique. However, in my own hands it … Continue reading

New York Microtia Atresia December Conference(s)!

Posted by on Sep 23, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
New York Microtia Atresia December Conference(s)!

I am honored to have been invited as a guest speaker to the American College of Surgeons and Nassau Surgical Society’s Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting in Long Island, New York in December. This prestigious meeting has had many renowned giants … Continue reading

DCMAC 2015 ~ You’ve Got A Friend In Me

Posted by on Aug 21, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
DCMAC 2015 ~ You’ve Got A Friend In Me

Our Earicles Microtia Atresia Conference in Washington D.C. at the Omni Shoreham Hotel was a huge success! Families traveled from all over the country and world to learn about the latest in technology and surgical treatment options…and of course, make … Continue reading

Adam & Matthew’s Great Adventures

Posted by on Jul 8, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Adam & Matthew’s Great Adventures

“We traveled from Thailand for Microtia ear surgery for my 13 year old son, Matthew. He has grade 3 microtia and atresia on his left side. He’s lived quite the normal and happy life and his hearing hasn’t really been … Continue reading

Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and Self-Esteem with Plastic Surgery

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and Self-Esteem with Plastic Surgery

An esteemed plastic surgeon from New York, Dr. Frederick Lukash, recently traveled to Los Angeles to visit me.  We spoke in depth about ear surgery as well as his wonderful article, “Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and … Continue reading

Surgically Addressing the Psychological Effects of Children Born Without an Ear

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Surgically Addressing the Psychological Effects of Children Born Without an Ear

A new study, co-authored by Dr. Sheryl Lewin, a Board Certified Craniofacial Plastic Surgeon, suggests undergoing reconstructive surgery earlier may be a protective factor for children with Microtia. Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) May 13, 2015 A beautiful baby is born … Continue reading

Asomicrae Microtia Atresia Conference in Ecuador

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Asomicrae Microtia Atresia Conference in Ecuador

I was recently invited to present at the Ecuador “Asomicrae” Microtia Atresia conference. The goal of this conference was to educate families about Microtia, Atresia and treatment options available.  While we have hosted two Microtia Atresia conferences in Ecuador already, … Continue reading