SU-POR Ears and Exclusive Selection System

Easily Find Your Patient’s Match

Use the clear template to match the size and contour of the patient’s anatomy

Use the colored template to confirm cosmesis matches the patient

Place order using catalog number and convenient L/R side designations

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Available in 24 Unique Designs

Best Cosmetic Results Available.

One Piece DesignThe implant is designed in one piece, reducing the potential for implant breakage. Traditional two-piece implants require fixation or soldering, resulting in weak points
Base ProjectionThe base projection provides enough material for natural looking projection of the reconstructed ear. The base can be altered to fit the projection needs of the patient
Tissue IntegrationTissue ingrowth minizes the risk of implant migration and infection. Proper dissection of the fascia flap is critical to ensure sufficient soft tissue coverage around the implant
Ease of ModificationA scalpel or burr can be utilized to define or alter contours as needed to provide better ear symmetry.
Sterile, Non-pyrogenicsterile, non-pyrogenic, implants limiting processing risk for the hospital.
MR SafeThis designation by the US FDA provides assurance of no image artifact or distortion of diagnostic MRI imaging.
  1. Select appropriate implant for reconstructive needs
  2. Submit catalog number and implant side (left or right) via:
    • Your Local Su-Por Representative
    • Phone: +1 (770) 683-3855 or +1 (877) 631-1954 (Toll Free)
    • Fax: 770-683-7459
    • Email:
Preparation As a prophylactic measure, the implant should be rinsed in a sterile antibiotic solution prior to implantation
PositioningSymmetric position of the ear may be determined using a clear template tracing of the contralateral side. Final implant position is dependent on the underlying condition.
ModificationsMalleable, and allows for easy modification with a scalpel blade or burring instrument. See implant preparation section below for additional information.
Soft Tissue CoverageMeticulous dissection of fascial flap is critical to ensure sufficient soft tissue coverage around the entire implant. Enough flap should be harvested to ensure the implant is completely covered without tension
FixationIf the potential for the implant to move before tissue ingrowth exists, fixation can be accomplished with sutures.
Post-Operative CarePatients should be willing and able to follow post-operative instructions.
Soaking the Implants with Antibiotic Solution
1. Prophylactic measure against any contaminates introduced during surgery
2. Wetting implant allows for better, more complete tissue integration
3. Improves fibrovascular and bone ingrowth into implant’s pores
Antibiotic Selection
The solution is dependent on patient tolerance and antibiotic need. There is no known antibiotic incompatibilities with porous polyethylene.
Cutting and Contouring
1. Readily cut and adjusted using scalpel or burr to achieve the desired contour and detail. A fluted burr at low RPM rinsed in sterile saline may be used to carve the implant.
2. The implant should be rinsed wtih sterile saline following any modifications to remove loose particles or debris