Otoplasty Otoplasty signifies the surgical and non-surgical strategies for remedying the distortions and imperfections of the pinna (external ear), and for recreating an inadequate, or disfigured, or missing external ear, subsequent to congenital conditions (e.g. microtia, anotia, and so forth.) and trauma (limit, infiltrating, or blast).The otoplastic surgeon adjusts the imperfection or disfigurement by making an external ear that is of characteristic extents, shape, and appearance, generally accomplished by the reshaping, the moving, and the expanding of the cartilaginous bolster framework of the pinna. In addition, the congenital ear distortions occasionally overlaps with other medical conditions (e.g. Treacher Collins disorder and hemifacial microsomia). Otoplasty (surgery of the ear) was created in ancient India, in the fifth century BC, by the ayurvedic physician Sushruta (ca. 800 BC), In his time, the physician Sushruta and his medical understudies created otoplastic and other plastic surgical strategies and techniques for adjusting (repairing) and reproducing ears, noses, lips, and genitalia that were removed as criminal, religious, and military disciplines.