Ear Piercings Lafayette LA

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

Local Businesses

Lafayette Hearing & Balance Center

4650 Ambassadr Cffry Parkway
Lafayette, LA 70508

Terry Alan Cromwell

1101 S College Rd Ste 400
Lafayette, LA 70503

Physicians Skin Care

(337) 233-3393
155 Hospital Dr – Ste 201
Lafayette, LA 70503

Chastant Bradley J Facs

913 South College Road Suite 101
Lafayette, LA 70503

Ent Of Acadiana

(337) 365-4156
4140 W Memorial Rd Ste 502
Lafayette, LA 70593

Russell Romero

(337) 233-5025
1101 S. College Road Suite 400
Lafayette, LA 70503

Myers Jennifer

(337) 988-8898
4212 W Congress St
Lafayette, LA 70506

Myers Dermatology

(337) 456-3323
4212 W Congress Street
Lafayette, LA 70506

Acadiana Dermatology

(337) 981-6065
825 Ne 10Th St # 5350
Lafayette, LA 70503

Adrien Stewart

(337) 981-7546
4212 West Congress Street, Suite 2300
Lafayette, LA 70506

Ronald Joseph Daigle

(337) 232-5954
155 Hospital Dr – Ste 404
Lafayette, LA 70503

Lucette Advanced Skin Care

(337) 981-2744
5905 Johnston St
Lafayette, LA 70503

Pitre, Angela – Acadiana Otolaryngology

(337) 233-7016
14024 Quail Pointe Drive
Lafayette, LA 70593

Daigle Ronald J

(337) 232-5954
155 Hospital Dr
Lafayette, LA 70503

Cynthia Glass

(337) 289-5277
331 Doucet Road
Lafayette, LA 70503

Henderson Cromwell Mes & Romero Phys

1101 South College Road
Lafayette, LA 70503

Butaud Steve V

6908 E Reno Ave Ste 104
Lafayette, LA 70503

Acadiana Institute Of Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery

2520 Nw Expressway
Lafayette, LA 70506

Aesthetic Institute-The South

(337) 289-5277
4805 S Western Ave
Lafayette, LA 70503

Louis G. B. Mes

1101 S. College Road – Suite 400
Lafayette, LA 70503

Ear Piercings FAQ in Lafayette, LA

What piercing is most popular?

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

Does your ear bleed when you pierce it?

It depends on the part of the ear and person — everyone is different. You may see a little drop of blood, but there shouldn’t be much. If there is a lot of bleeding, you should seek medical help right away. You may also bleed more if you take blood thinners or aspirin.

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.

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 does a healing piercing look like?

Discoloration (redness) and itching during healing process are also fairly common. Secretion of a whitish-yellow fluid (not pus) is part of the healing process and is to be expected. It is liquid when it leaves the body but dries into “crusties.” Piercings will go through “ups and downs” while 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.

What is a masculine piercing?

Areas of the male genitals that are common for piercings include: Penile shaft. Pubic piercings. Scrotum piercings. Perineum piercings.

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.

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 age is best to pierce ears?

There is really no specific recommendation for getting your baby’s ears pierced. It depends on what you want for your child. You can consult with your pediatrician on whether to pierce your baby’s ears, but many recommend that your baby is at least three months old.

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.