Ear Piercings Corona CA

Find top doctors who perform Ear Piercings in Corona, CA. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Corona, CA.

Local Businesses

Babak Roshdieh

(951) 734-6500
770 Magnolia Ave – Suite 2g
Corona, CA 92879

Corona Dermatology Patricia Brotman

(951) 898-1118
854 Magnolia Ave – Suite 202
Corona, CA 92879

West Dermatology

(951) 736-7432
460 N Main St
Corona, CA 92880

Price J Edson Jr Inc

(951) 279-7888
996 Nw Circle Boulevard Suite103
Corona, CA 92879

Salon Viaggio

(951) 735-7626
511 N Main St – Ste 106
Corona, CA 92880

Aestheticare Plastic Surgery

(951) 737-3236
1867 Nw Kings Blvd
Corona, CA 92881

Babak Bobby Roshdieh

770 Magnolia Ave Ste 2G
Corona, CA 92879

Richard Preci

(951) 272-4442
2550 Tuscany St Ste 103
Corona, CA 92881

Roshdieh, Babak

770 Magnolia Ave Ste 2G
Corona, CA 92879

Ethan Quan Hong Nguyen


Corona, CA 92881

Brian Jeffrey Eichenberg

802 Magnolia Ave Ste 209
Corona, CA 92879

Corona Dermatology Center

(951) 734-7900
1810 Fullerton Ave – Ste 201
Corona, CA 92881

Randy Jacobs

(951) 737-3376
720 Magnolia Ave – Ste 1-B
Corona, CA 92879

Lederma Dermatology

(951) 734-7900
1810 Fullerton Ave – Ste 101
Corona, CA 92881

Corona Dermatology

(951) 898-1118
703 Magnolia Ave, #8
Corona, CA 92879

Divine Beauty Skin Care Cleaning

(951) 739-0239
212 E Grand Blvd
Corona, CA 92879

Circle City Laser Enhancement Center

(951) 737-8105
818 Magnolia Ave – Ste 206
Corona, CA 92879

Harasti, Eva – Harasti Eva

(951) 520-9392
720 Magnolia Ave, #C3
Corona, CA 92879

Jade Salon & Spa

(951) 638-1000
2780 Cabot Dr
Corona, CA 92883

Skin Care True Touch

(951) 279-5113
1390 W 6Th St – Ste 116
Corona, CA 92882

Ear Piercings FAQ in Corona, CA

Do and don’ts after ear piercing?

If you’ve had your skin pierced, clean the site twice a day with soap and water. Be sure to wash your hands before cleaning your piercing site. Avoid swimming. Stay out of pools, hot tubs, rivers, lakes and other bodies of water while your piercing is healing.

What earrings won’t get infected?

Sterling silver, gold, and platinum rarely cause infections, so you can technically call them hypoallergenic.

How do you shower with a new piercing?

Showering: Shower like you normally do; the last thing you will do while in the shower is clean your piercing. Lather up some mild, fragrance free, non-antibacterial soap in your hands and gently wash your piercing. You want enough friction to clean the piercing, but not so much that you cause trauma to it.

Can I shower after ear piercing?

Your sweat is sterile to you, so shower like you normally do and clean the piercing afterwards with saline or sterile wound wash. Do not swim in rivers, lakes, hot tubs, pools, or oceans until your piercing is healed.

What is the best ear piercing to get?

Lobe is the most popular piercing and the first piercing most people get. As the lobe is the softest part of the ear and doesn’t have any cartilage, it’s the easiest part to pierce and is the least painful. The standard lobe piercing simply goes through the front to the back of the lobe.

What kind of earrings won’t hurt your ears?

Generally speaking, you want to avoid nickel and opt for at least 14k gold (anything less usually contains nickel or brass) or sterling silver 925. If your ears are still reacting negatively, try posts made of medical-grade stainless steel or titanium, which tend to be the least reactive.

What piercings dont reject?

By comparison, a non-surface piercing such as an earlobe, ear cartilage, lip or tongue do not reject as they pierce all the way through from one side to the other.

Which piercing is the hardest to heal?

A helix piercing is in the cartilage of the upper ear. While it’s not a particularly painful procedure, it has one of the longest healing times, taking 6–12 months to completely heal.

What ear piercing is good for anxiety?

A daith piercing is located in the innermost fold of your ear. Some people believe that this piercing can help ease anxiety-related migraines and other symptoms. Although the evidence is primarily anecdotal, there’s some research around the piercing’s proposed mechanism of action.

How long does an ear piercing take to heal?

There are different types of tissue in different parts of your ear, so how long it takes to heal depends on your body and the place you’ve pierced. Earlobes usually take 6-8 weeks. If you pierce the cartilage on the side of your ear, it can take 4 months to a year. Ask your piercing professional for an estimate.

What should I wear after getting my ears pierced?

However, we recommend only wearing small or light stud earrings for your first piercing. For one thing, small studs are much less likely to catch on things and get ripped out. They’re also more comfortable to sleep in (which is important when your piercing is still healing).

Can I heal 5 piercings at once?

We recommend not getting more than four piercings in one session, especially if you’re getting them on the same ear. Getting multiple piercings can also cause increased swelling during healing and can prolong healing time.