Professional Ear Piercing

We are proud of our ear-piercing services; it is convenient and professional option for customers. easy and virtually painless. We’re committed to providing a safe and clean environment, and it also quick and easy piercing.

Traditional Lobe Piercing

Traditional Lobe Piercing.

Pair & Multiple lobe piercing

Pair & Multiple lobe piercing

Cartilage Piercing

Cartilage Piercing

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    Is the ear-piercing system dB Hearing uses safe?

    Yes, the system is 100% safe. All piercing earrings are sterilized and stored in capsules. The piercing earrings sold are either hypoallergenic or have nickel content that is less than half of 1% total, which significantly reduces the risk of allergic reaction.

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    What is our process?

    We use an air gun, wear surgical gloves. Instruments are sterilized and the area is sanitized before & after each use.

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    Is it safe for infants and children?

    Yes, ear piercing is safe for children and infants, however dB Hearing does recommend that babies have a current D.P.T. shot. The first D.P.T. shot is usually administered by a pediatrician at 8 weeks of age.

    Minors must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. Anyone under 18 years of age must have the consent of a parent or legal guardian to obtain ear piercing services. Those over 18 must have either a valid driver's license or state-issued identification card for all ear piercings.

    Some cultures pierce ears almost immediately when children are babies. If you want to have your baby’s ears pierced, it’s a good idea to consult your pediatrician first. Most children start asking to have their ears pierced around 9 or 10, when their classmates are having it done.

    In general, the right age for ear piercing varies. It’s up to you and your child to know when the time is right. Just be sure you are both aware of the responsibility of caring for ear piercings.

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    Does Ear Piercing hurt?

    Ear piercing is fast and very gentle. Most people feel little to no discomfort during the piercing

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    Do we offer cartilage piercing?

    Yes, we do

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    What earrings are best for 1st time ear piercing?

    There will likely be many safe earring options to choose from wherever you get your child’s ears pierced. It’s important to pick a metal that’s nickel-free for babies and only contains trace amounts for older children.

    Earrings with screw-on backs and short posts are recommended for babies because friction backs can loosen and become a choking hazard. However, most piercing earrings come with a rounded back that pushes into place. These are secure and more comfortable to sleep on.

    After the piercing heals, avoid drop earrings and hoops for babies and small children. They can catch on clothing or other objects, and they’re easier for babies to pull.

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    Will I be able to leave the earrings out without the holes closing?

    Some people assume earrings can be removed and easily re-inserted; this is not the case. You should only switch into new earrings after the healing period, which is 4-6 weeks for an earlobe piercing. Wearing earrings continuously is required for the first 6 months after the piercing to prevent the piercing from closing.

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    How long do they take to heal?

    They should be left in for at least 4-6 weeks after the earlobe piercing

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    How do you care for and clean newly pierced ears?

    - Earrings must stay in for at least six weeks to prevent the holes from closing.
    - Clean the piercings twice a day with clean cotton swabs and a sterile saline solution made for wound care. This is crucial for preventing infection.
    - Turn the earrings a few times each day to avoid scar tissue.
    - Most piercing facilities will provide you with a cleaning solution and detailed aftercare instructions.
    - For more information on ear piercing care and cleaning

    Do Think About the Decision

    Decisions made impulsively rarely end well. Give this important step a thought, and be confident in the direction you’re going. Consider the location of the piercing, how long it will take to heal, and the jewelry you’ll wear there.

    Let a Professional like dB hearing Pierce your ear(s)

    You only have one chance to get your piercing right.

    Do Start with Quality

    Give your piercing the best start by wearing quality jewelry as it heals.

    Do Clean Regularly

    Twice a day is a good go-to rule. Start by washing hands, and then use a gentle antibacterial solution and sterile cotton on your wound. Also shower often, especially if you often go to the gym or sweat a lot—many infections stem from bacteria that grow on unclean skin.

    Don’t Overclean

    Even though you should clean your wounds regularly, don’t overdo it. If your skin stays wet constantly, bacteria can breed and create an infection.

    Don’t Swap Jewelry

    If you are tempted to change your jewelry before it’s healed, don’t. Know that healing takes time—even months, depending on where you were pierced. Stay patient and stick with your cleaning protocol, and know the results will be worth the wait.

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