Ear piercing is part of a culture and fashion. There can be a number of places on the ear lobe where piercing can be done: Anti-Tragus, Auricle, Conch, Conch, Daith, Industrial, Industrial via rook, Orbital, Ear lobe, Pinna, Forward Pinna, Rook, Scaffold, Snug, Tragus, Vertical Tragus.
Ear piercing is very straightforward. A tiny hole is made through the ear tissue, the hole becomes permanent after it is allowed to heal with some material on along with the piercing. The permanent jewelry ought to be worn till the piercing is healed. Gold also is safe and mostly it does not cause any septic there.
Modern techniques are usually either a piercing gun or a hand technique using a sterilized needle. The needle in the hand technique method is more effective in terms of sharpness and less trauma.
The newly pierced ear takes about a week to get fully healed. When the healing is complete, heavier dangles can also get supported. It is however, advisable that one should be aware of how much weight gets supported by the ear. It is known instantly because with heavier hanging, the ear lobe tends to be stretching downwards. Continual stretching may tear the lobe.
Stud earrings are small decorative pieces containing a stone or two (or without it, with simple wire design, or colored patches). It is fitted into the hole with an arrangement behind the ear lobe to fix it there. It is a bit traditional. It is the safest way to wear the jewelry. But it may appear clumsy to those who would like to change the ear jewelry every day.
Ear Piercing Aftercare
Tissue piercings of the ear are usually slower to heal as compared to piercings of the ear lobe. This is so on account of a number of factors such as the place of the piercing, the type of jewelry that is used and the stress caused by the jewelry to the piercing. Biocompatible plastics like PTFE should be used along with proper and regular cleaning of the tissue and an increase in mineral intake in order to ensure faster healing of the piercing. The use of improper jewelry and poor aftercare generally leads to several problems concerning the piercing.
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