Split earlobe, common in women, usually results from sudden trauma (e.g. child pulling on earrings) or continuous use of heavy earrings. the only option is to have it surgically repaired. There are many methods of surgical correction.In all cases, the healed edges of a traumatic, split earlobe need to be "freshened" so that the raw edges will "stick" to each other. The older surgical techniques involve suturing together of both surfaces. But the innovative suture less Ear Lobe Repair technique gives the best cosmetic outcome of the procedure.