We do the procedure with optimum hygiene and sterility requirement; combined with simple handling.
The piercing products US FDA) and complies with health ministry around the world.
- Safe for piercing
- Safe to wear everyday
- Made in USA
- 316 Surgical Stainless Steel
- Nickel safe
- Allergy free
- Sterilized for safety
- Available for men, women & children
FAQs on Ear Piercing
Should I pierce my ears?
Ear piercing is a procedure done mainly for cosmetic reasons. There are no health reasons to get your ears pierced and most people get their ears pierced due to personal or cultural preferences.
What is the best age at which to get my ears pierced?
There is no medical evidence to support any age restrictions. Whatever age you decide on, it’s essential that you choose where you have the procedure done carefully.
Where should I get my ears or my child’s ears pierced?
We provide a safe, hygienic and professional alternative to mall kiosks and tattoo parlors. Our medical professionals are experienced in painless, aseptic techniques, and provide quality services to newborns, seniors and every age in between.
What are the risks of ear piercing?
Infection – Anytime the skin is broken there is the risk of infection. We use sterile techniques to prevent this. We provide detailed instruction on after-care for the ear lobes. Our technique is bloodless and our single-use sterile cartridges eliminate cross-contamination.
Pain – The procedure causes minimal pain. However, since we are physician owned and supervised, we are able to perform your ear piercing with topical anesthesia if you so prefer.
Allergic reactions – Allergies to nickel and other components of earrings can occur. We use medical grade materials and earrings to prevent allergies.
Keloids – Keloids are excessive scar tissue that form around a wound. Keloids may occur after ear piercing, and are 80% more likely to occur if ears are pierced after age 11. Other risk factors for keloids include dark skin, previous keloid formation, and nickel containing earrings.
Is gold less allergenic than titanium and therefore better for ear piercing?
Nickel is sometimes used as a metal hardener, even in gold earrings. Also all metals can be contaminated by nickel . Medical grade titanium is your best choice for a metal based earring because it is > 99% nickel free and is least likely to leak any nickel into the skin. Please note that medical grade titanium is a much better grade than the titanium available in other earrings.
For how long should I wear the ear piercing earrings?
We recommend that you wait for at least six weeks before you remove the ear piercing earring.
Cost with sterilise pair of studs
Ear piercing – Rs.1200 to Rs.1500
Baby Ear piercing – Rs.1500
Nose piercing – Rs.1200 to Rs.1500
Ear piercing gun
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Ear cartilage piercing can be done ? multiple ?
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