Trevor says his ears "hang low and they wobble to and fro."
After having his ears pierced when he was younger, Botched patient Trevor developed keloids, or a type of scar tissue that forms in the shape of a ball, on his ears.
"When I was in middle school I decided to get my ear pierced," Trevor explains in the clip above. "A few months into having my piercing I started to notice and feel this small bump forming on the back of my ear where the piercing was. I didn't really pay too much attention to it until finally I couldn't ignore it anymore because my earrings wouldn't fit in my ear anymore because it was the size of a pencil eraser, I couldn't get the needle in."
That's when Trevor and his mom learned that it was a keloid forming on his ear and in order to get rid of it they had a doctor surgically cut it off.
A year after the keloid was removed, Trevor realized it was coming back. For his second keloid removal, Trevor had an oral surgeon do the procedure because his mom knew the doctor and "he promised her a discount."
After his second keloid removal, Trevor didn't see any "signs" of it coming back, so he had his other ear pierced.