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Mom, I want earrings… After piercing your ears, you should wear balls made of special metal for at least a month, and only then put on your own.

Mom, I want earrings… After piercing your ears, you should wear balls made of special metal for at least a month, and only then put on your own.

Should the girl’s ears be pierced or not, at what age is it better to do it, will such a procedure be harmful? For example, it was once not advised to do it earlier than at the age of three, because it is by this age that the cartilages of the auricle are formed.
The principle applies here: the earlier, the better, – expresses her opinion Zhanna Prykhodko, a dermatologist-cosmetologist of the highest category. – Let’s say that more and more often parents ask to pierce their daughter’s ears before the age of one year – the child will not even remember this, while at the age of 3 – At the age of 4, she may develop a fear of the procedure.
Of course, now needles are not used for piercing. There is a special gun that will quickly and painlessly make holes in the ears and immediately insert a ball-nail made of a special metal, which is used in surgery. It does not cause irritation and promotes faster healing of the wound. Such earrings should be worn for at least a month, and even better – three, and only then wear the ones that your child likes.

– How to care for the ear after piercing?
Today, special non-alcohol antiseptic solutions (with silver, based on chlorhexidine, etc.) have been developed, which should be used to treat the wound.
-When can you wear jewelry? Should the girl’s ears be pierced or not, at

what age is it better to do it, will such a procedure be harmful? For example, it was once not advised to do it earlier than at the age of three, because it is by this age that the cartilages of the auricle are formed.
The principle applies here: the earlier, the better, – expresses her opinion Zhanna Prykhodko, a dermatologist-cosmetologist of the highest category. – Let’s say that more and more often parents ask to pierce their daughter’s ears before the age of one year – the child will not even remember this, while at the age of 3 – At the age of 4, she may develop a fear of the procedure.
Of course, now needles are not used for piercing. There is a special gun that will quickly and painlessly make holes in the ears and immediately insert a ball-nail made of a special metal, which is used in surgery. It does not cause irritation and promotes faster healing of the wound. Such earrings should be worn for at least a month, and even better – three, and only then wear the ones that your child likes.
– How to care for the ear after piercing?
Today, special non-alcohol antiseptic solutions (with silver, based on chlorhexidine, etc.) have been developed, which should be used to treat the wound.
-When can you wear jewelry?
– Only when the hole is finally formed and healed. But not earlier than three months after the piercing. At first, avoid jewelry with loops, as well as pendants that can injure the ear. To avoid stretching the lobe, do not wear heavy earrings for more than two hours.
-Do holes grow if you don’t wear earrings for a certain time?
– If the ears have been pierced recently, the holes can grow back quite quickly. Let’s say, when not even a month has passed, when removing the earrings, the hole can be stretched even in half an hour. Of course, the longer the wearing time, the slower the hole grows. But if the break is 1-2 months, a secondary delay occurs. Also, a colloidal scar (bump, seal) may form at the puncture site, which can be removed only with the help of cryodestruction.
-Are there any contraindications for ear piercing?
– People who have suffered or are suffering from eczema, rheumatic attacks, blood diseases, or allergies to metals should not pierce their ears. It should not be done by people with pathology of the nervous system, epileptics, as well as with various rashes on the skin, furunculosis. And, of course, you should not pierce the ears when the child is teething, or has the flu or acute respiratory infection.

– Only when the hole is finally formed and healed. But not earlier than three months after the piercing. At first, avoid jewelry with loops, as well as pendants that can injure the ear. To avoid stretching the lobe, do not wear heavy earrings for more than two hours.
-Do holes grow if you don’t wear earrings for a certain time?
– If the ears have been pierced recently, the holes can grow back quite quickly. Let’s say, when not even a month has passed, when removing the earrings, the hole can be stretched even in half an hour. Of course, the longer the wearing time, the slower the hole grows. But if the break is 1-2 months, a secondary delay occurs. Also, a colloidal scar (bump, seal) may form at the puncture site, which can be removed only with the help of cryodestruction.
-Are there any contraindications for ear piercing?
– People who have suffered or are suffering from eczema, rheumatic attacks, blood diseases, or allergies to metals should not pierce their ears. It should not be done by people with pathology of the nervous system, epileptics, as well as with various rashes on the skin, furunculosis. And, of course, you should not pierce the ears when the child is teething, or has the flu or acute respiratory infection.

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