The upper protrusion of the ears (antihelix) is erased and its prominence increases with the increase in the angle between the ear and the head. Patients get rid of their prominent ears with an operation of about 1.5 hours under local anesthesia. With an hourglass-shaped incision made behind the ear, the cartilages are exposed, both shaped and the ear is fixed to the membrane of the mastoid bone behind the ear with permanent stitches. Our patients are followed up with a dressing bandage for about 1 week and then a tennis bandage for 2 weeks. It is psychologically recommended to be performed in early childhood.