FORGET facelifts and fillers. The new must-do cosmetic surgery trend is for the ears.

If you’re a lifelong dangly earring wearer, you’ve probably noticed the hole isn’t as small as it used to be.

Sharon Griffiths, a cosmetic nurse practitioner -which means she can prescribe — has just worked on celebs at the ARIAS.

She said she could inject a non-permanent filler into the ear to make the hole smaller.

And the $400-$600 treatment has been a big hit.

“It makes the hole smaller by giving support around the earlobe,“ said Mrs Griffiths, of Cromer.