Ear Piercings Sacramento CA

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Wayne Ichiro Yamahata

95 Scripps Dr
Sacramento, CA 95825

Michael Sheldon Wong

2221 Stockton Blvd Fl 2
Sacramento, CA 95817

Burke Leon O

95 Scripps Drive
Sacramento, CA 95825

Scott Green

(916) 569-0861
95 Scripps Dr
Sacramento, CA 95825

Donald Williams Hause

3 Parkcenter Dr Ste 150
Sacramento, CA 95825

Bernstein Leslie Dds Fcl Plastic Sur

77 Scripps Drive Suite 105
Sacramento, CA 95825

Center For Dermatology & Laser Surgery

(916) 454-5922
5601 J St
Sacramento, CA 95819

Lia C Keller

(916) 973-5000
2025 Morse Ave
Sacramento, CA 95825

Bruner G Jack

(916) 453-5958
2801 K St Ste 200
Sacramento, CA 95816

Prabhas Tung

2801 K St Ste 200
Sacramento, CA 95816

Lawrence Foster

106 West Av
Sacramento, CA 95816

Michael J Fazio

2805 J St Ste 100
Sacramento, CA 95816

Kenneth O Phillips

(916) 973-5000
2025 Morse Ave
Sacramento, CA 95825

Paula Wendy Huber

2507 Morley Way
Sacramento, CA 95864

Liu, Fu-Tong

3301 C St Ste 200E
Sacramento, CA 95816

Gergana B Gallacher

3301 C St
Sacramento, CA 95816

John Adkins Kasch

2721 Capitol Ave
Sacramento, CA 95816

William Henry Chan

5525 Assembly Ct Ste C
Sacramento, CA 95823

William Henry Chan

(916) 421-1772
5525 Assembly Ct – #C
Sacramento, CA 95823

E Patrick Creehan

2801 K St Ste 235
Sacramento, CA 95816

Ear Piercings FAQ in Sacramento, CA

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 not to do before a piercing?

Don’t arrive drug or alcohol affected. Wear clean, comfortable clothing that is suitable for the piercing e.g know that if you wear a dress for a nipple piercing appointment – it will be coming off! If you want to – arrange for a supportive friend to go with you.

Which ear piercings are easiest to heal?

“Ear lobe piercings are generally the easiest to heal, but at the same time we advise caution against getting too many piercings at one go,” says Brooks. “Build up your look over time.”

How do I protect my ear piercing when washing my hair?

Flip your hair to the opposite side of your head so you can avoid getting an excessive amount of water or any product in the wound. Make sure you stay in this position until you’ve completely rinsed the product out of your hair before gently patting your ear dry.

Is it OK if shampoo touches the piercing?

To avoid infection, keep your hands and anything that touches your new piercing CLEAN. We don’t expect you to stop using hair products during your healing period, but we DO recommend protecting your new piercing from exposure to hair spray and other styling products, including shampoo and conditioner.

What is the safest piercing?

Safest Piercings Along with the nostrils and belly button, the earlobes are the safest and most common body part to be pierced. The flesh of the earlobe heals well when the area is cleaned regularly and the piercing is done at the proper angle.

What piercing is most popular?

Lobe Piercings. Cartilage (Helix) Piercings. Nose Piercings. Daith Piercings. Conch Piercings. Tragus Piercings. Rook Piercings. Navel (Belly Button) Piercings.

What foods should you avoid after ear piercing?

Don’t eat spicy, salty or acidy foods or liquids while you are healing. Avoid hot drinks such as hot chocolate, coffee, and tea. Eat cold foods and drinks as they lessen swelling. Be extra careful when eating crunchy foods.

Can your ear rejects a piercing?

Rejection usually happens in the weeks and months following a new piercing, but it can also happen years, even decades, later. If you bump your old piercing in an odd way or have an infection that kicks your immune system into overdrive, you might suddenly see signs of migration and rejection.

Is Claire’s good for ear piercing?

Getting your ears pierced at Claire’s is safe, sterile and easy. Our highly trained specialists provide a touch-free piercing experience that uses single-use sterile cartridges and requires no needles. Our equipment is sanitized before and after every customer.

Should I rotate my new ear piercing?

There’s no reason to rotate your piercing. You could damage the delicate, healing skin by rotating the jewelry. In the past, rotating the jewelry was recommended, but it has been found to cause damage that can lead to infection and scarring. For happy healing, NEVER rotate your body jewelry.

What piercing gets infected the most?

Of all the body sites commonly pierced, the navel is the most likely to become infected because of its shape. Infections can often be treated with good skin hygiene and antibiotic medications. With this type of infection, jewelry generally does not have to be taken out.

What piercings should beginners get?

Earlobe. Odds are you may even already have this and you’re looking for your first non-earlobe piercing. Helix. While popular among teens, the helix is sometimes forgotten about. Nose. Tragus. Auricle. Double lobe. Daith. Conch.

What is the most low maintenance piercing?

Septum Piercings. The septum takes from 1 to 3 months to heal. Oral Piercings – Especially the Tongue & Webbing! The tongue takes from 3 to 4 weeks to heal, the lip 2 to 3 months and the tongue webbing 8-10 weeks. Eyebrow Piercings. Earlobe Piercings. Genital Piercings.

What is the longest piercing to heal?

Lobe: 3-4 Months. Navel: 9-12 Months. Nostril: 6-9 months. Septum: 3-4 months. Eyebrow: 3-5 months. Cheek: 12-18 months. Tongue: 6-8 weeks. Paired Lip Piercings: 3-4 months.