Yes it hurts, but it’s easily bearable. Only the difference is that we all have a different tolerance to pain level, but over all yes it is easily bearable.
Well it depends on many factors like
1-what type of piercing you wish to get, different piercings have different pricing.
2- Artist Experience and hygiene level maintained.
3- Type of jewelry used.
4- Piercing done using gun or needle
You have to be a 18+ years old to get any piercing, if you wish to get a piercing before that, you should visit with your parents so that we know that your parents approve that particular piercing.
No, it is not recommended to get any piercing during pregnancy or under nursing. Capacity of your body is lower to fight off any infection during these events.
If you wish for a piercing for your infant, wait until he/she is at least 2 year old. By this time his/her immune system to fight off any infection is strong enough. We personally recommend to give your kid any piercing when they are able to carry it and take care of their piercings.
It depends what piercing you get. Generally ear lobe piercings take up to 6 to 8 weeks and some piercing may take up to 1 year. Healing time also depends person to person, Stronger immune system will help in speedy healing.
No, not a good idea. 1st of all you will not be able to take a good care during your trip. Vacations are always about some crazy ideas and you might get uber excited, which may not be good for your piercing.
First of all , if you take a good care of your body piercing, there are very less chances of any infection. When we talk about allergic reactions, it means that your body is not accepting that particular piercing or heaving some problem in accepting the piercing. In any of the above cases you must contact your piercing artist as soon as possible.
When we talk about surgery, there are some surgeries which may require the removal of your piercing and some may not. Your doctor is the best person to tell you more about it. When we talk about MRI, yes you have to remove all your piercings because all MRIs have a very strong magnetic field and they may pull your piercings. So as far as MRI is concerned, you have to remove all your piercings.
We do all our piercing using piercing needles.
As per our experience pussing is caused due to piercing done using gun or any piercing done unprofessionally or hygiene is not taken care of. You should contact your piercing shop / artist.
Any body piercings should not be pulled by clothing or any other thing. Pulling may cause skin damage and might lead to some infection or irritation.
No not at all. Twisting or rotating your jewelry when your piercing is fresh may cause damage to healing process and will make healing time longer.
It is strongly recommended not to change your jewelry until your piercing is completely healed.
No. swimming is not recommended because water in the pool is mixed with chlorine. Also there might be some hygiene issues with the water you swim in.
Sleeping on your fresh piercing is not recommended. Any new body piercing should be comfortable and lubricated.
For the first 5 to 10 days, you need to be careful and don’t have to eat much spicy food. Whatever you eat, be careful and ear very slowly. Healing of your oral piercing should net get disturbed. About after 10 days you may get back to your normal routine but be careful. Once your piercing heals, your taste buds are ready to test the amazing verity.
Well would you visit any jholachap doctor for your medical needs? He will charge you really less.
We follow almost all the guidelines issued by APP(association for professional piercers)
Upto to 3 piercings are okay, but more than 3 is not recommended. You will not be able to take good care of so many piercings all together. so go in sets.