Ear Piercings Lincoln NE

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Local Businesses

Plastic Surgical Arts

1730 S 70Th St – Ste 210
Lincoln, NE 68506

Sutton, Margaret

1710 S 70Th St
Lincoln, NE 68506

Mathieu Hinze

(402) 483-2572
1730 South 70Th Street Suite 210
Lincoln, NE 68506

Heibel, Mark D – Heibel Dermatology

(402) 488-6969
2641 S 70Th St, #A
Lincoln, NE 68506

Bantam, Julie – Plastic Surgical Arts

(402) 483-2572
2801 South Olive Street
Lincoln, NE 68521

Margaret Sutton

(402) 483-7700
1710 S 70Th St
Lincoln, NE 68506

Lincoln Surgical Group

(402) 483-7825
3805 W 28Th Ave
Lincoln, NE 68510

Orchard Todd F

1730 South 70Th Street Suite 210
Lincoln, NE 68506

Mitchell Jay Henry

2222 S 16Th St Ste C300
Lincoln, NE 68502

Camarata, Joseph C – Camarata Joseph C

(402) 435-0044
1408 W 43Rd Ave
Lincoln, NE 68521

Robyn Gembol Ryan

Po Box 6068
Lincoln, NE 68506

Stuart Paul Westburg

(402) 474-4497
2756 O St
Lincoln, NE 68510

Wassenberg, Katie Owner – Soothing Skinsations

(402) 326-2428

Lincoln, NE 68501

David Allen Bigler

600 N Cotner Blvd Ste 311
Lincoln, NE 68505

Ann Lott

(402) 483-1111
2900 S 70Th St # 450
Lincoln, NE 68506

Robyn Gembol Ryan

(402) 484-9009
1710 S 70Th St
Lincoln, NE 68506

Metz Philip S

1730 South 70Th Street Suite 210
Lincoln, NE 68506

Geoffrey Basler

(402) 421-3335
2625 Stockwell St
Lincoln, NE 68502

Lincoln Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery L L C

2222 South 16Th Street
Lincoln, NE 68502

Hao Sijun Facs

4740 A St – Ste 100
Lincoln, NE 68510

Ear Piercings FAQ in Lincoln, NE

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 do you sleep after ear piercing?

While your piercing heals, you can help minimize discomfort by sleeping on your back instead of your side.

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.

Is it better to get your helix pierced with a gun or needle?

How should ear cartilage be pierced? ‘Cartilage should always be pierced with a needle. A piercing gun isn’t designed for cartilage, only soft tissue and even then I wouldn’t recommend it. Piercing cartilage with a gun can create hardcore hypertrophic scarring and even blow it up.

What is the Medusa piercing?

What is a medusa piercing? A medusa or philtrum piercing positions a stud in the center groove above the cupid’s-bow of the lip. A piercer usually fits the piercing with a long labret stud. Once the piercing heals, a person can exchange the stud for a shorter stud to avoid causing damage to their teeth and gums.

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.

Is 4 weeks enough for ear piercing?

The general healing period is 6 weeks for earlobes and 12 weeks for cartilage or helix. If you have a nose piercing, 4 weeks is sufficient. Keep in mind that this period is only possible if you have no infection or nickel reaction along the way.

How do you clean your ears after piercing?

Gently wash your piercings with a mild, fragrance-free soap and water at least once a day. Thoroughly rinse your piercings after washing them. Using petroleum jelly that comes in a squeeze tube, gently apply a thin coat around each opening. Keep an eye on your ears.

Why do my ears get infected when I wear earrings?

If the earrings are on too tightly, not allowing room for the wound to breathe and heal, an infection can develop. A piercing can also get infected if there’s too much handling of the piercing or the post of the earring is rough.

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 should I eat on the day of my piercing?

Soft, bland foods — like applesauce and yogurt — are preferred. French kissing and oral sex are off-limits during this time. You can do a salt rinse to help minimize any pain and swelling. Ready-made rinses may be available for purchase from your piercer, or you can make your own at home.

Why do you feel faint after a piercing?

If you have no underlying health conditions, fainting during a piercing or tattoo is usually caused by something called Vasovagal or ‘reflex’ Syncope. This is a reflex reaction to trauma, pain, or any other distress, and is responsible for over 50% of fainting episodes!

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.