Ear Piercings Roseville CA

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Local Businesses

Plastic Surgery Center

(916) 773-5559
830 Hoosick St
Roseville, CA 95661

Urogynecology Consultants

(916) 779-1160
777 Lishakill Rd
Roseville, CA 95661

Avala Lakshmi

(916) 789-1798
1098 Sunrise Ave – Ste 100
Roseville, CA 95661

Flawlesss Skin Medical Aesthetics

(916) 772-1199
10325 Fairway Dr, Ste 100
Roseville, CA 95678

Sacramento Ear Nose & Throat

(916) 782-1291
2727 Hamburg St
Roseville, CA 95661

Hargrove, Robert

10 Sierra Gate Plz Ste 120
Roseville, CA 95678


576 North Sunrise Ave, Suite 210 Roseville,California-95661 Phone Number-(9
Roseville, CA 95661

Emily Z Jong

(916) 784-4000
1600 Eureka Rd
Roseville, CA 95661

Semion, Alan – Alan Semion Incorporated

(916) 782-7546
729 Sunrise Ave, #700
Roseville, CA 95661

George Philip Smith

2 Medical Plaza Dr Ste 130
Roseville, CA 95661

Agresti Ernest H Jr Do

(916) 786-5908
8735 Sierra College Blvd
Roseville, CA 95661

Scott B Hearth

(916) 773-3376
8735 Sierra College Blvd – Suite 200
Roseville, CA 95661

Lee Richard J

(916) 797-7676
505 Park Av
Roseville, CA 95661

Sutter Medical Group

(916) 797-4766
3 Medical Plaza Dr, Ste 250
Roseville, CA 95661

Hargrove, Robert H – Hargrove Robert H

(916) 784-1155
10 Sierra Gate Plz, #120
Roseville, CA 95678

Stephen Lynn Borchers

1600 Eureka Rd
Roseville, CA 95661

David Kiener

(916) 773-0395
Two Medical Plaza Dr. Ste 225
Roseville, CA 95661

Brian Patrick Thornton

10 Sierra Gate Plz
Roseville, CA 95678

Hargrove Robert H

(916) 784-1155
10 Sierra Gate Plz – Ste 120
Roseville, CA 95678

Allergy Medical Group

(916) 782-7758
935 Reserve Dr
Roseville, CA 95661

Ear Piercings FAQ in Roseville, CA

Which ear piercing is most attractive?

Conch piercings are one of the most attractive types of ear piercings. Named after a shell or a ‘conch’, these types of piercings are done in the center part of your ear.

What is the gunk in my ear piercing?

If you’ve had an ear or nose cartilage piercing, small lumps can sometimes form around the piercing. The lumps, called granulomas, are trapped fluid. You can treat them by soaking a pad in warm water then holding the pad against them once a day.

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).

Do any ear piercings hurt?

It’s normal to have some redness, swelling or pain for a couple of days after getting your ears pierced. But your ears should look and feel better each day. If you find that your ears do great and then suddenly start to become red, inflamed or crusty a week or two later, that’s usually a sign of infection.

What do I need to know before getting my ears pierced?

Choose the Location That’s Right for You. Know What Ear Piercing Equipment is Being Used. Choose the Right Earring. Make Sure Your Piercer Has Been Trained Properly. Safe Healing.

What piercings heal the fastest?

Tongue piercings have the fastest healing duration of all piercings at only two weeks before you can downsize the bar. Lower lip piercings have a minimum of 6-8 weeks, while upper lip piercings (such as madonna or monroe piercings) take around 8 weeks.

What hurts more to get pierced?

The nostril piercing is considered slightly more painful than ears and lips and this is because you are piercing through cartilage which is tougher than skin and therefore hurts a little bit more. However, most people describe a nostril piercing as a very brief sting that makes your eyes water and can make you sneeze.

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.

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.

What happens if I take my earring out if it’s infected?

If a new piercing is infected, it is best not to remove the earring. Removing the piercing can allow the wound to close, trapping the infection within the skin. For this reason, it is advisable not to remove an earring from an infected ear unless advised by a doctor or professional piercer.