The most common deformity are prominent ears. It is a congenial pathology that may, and should, be treated before the child enters primary school, in such a way as to avoid unnecessary stigmas. When it is not treated at this age, it may be subject to a surgical procedure at any age from adolescence to adulthood. In the child, the surgery is made under general anesthesia. In the adult, the surgery is usually made under local anesthesia. The patient enters and leaves the clinic in the same day. In the post-operative period, a sky band must be used for 15 days, 24 hours, and another 15 days, but only at night.