The medical piercing method reduces the danger of infection during the treatment, and appropriate aftercare is essential in maintaining the nose piercing healthy and infection-free.
Here are the crucial steps to take to clean and care for your nose piercing. These steps should be done every day.
You can remove the original nose piercing stud and switch it out for a personalized choice after four weeks.
When removing the original stud, you should wash your hands and face thoroughly, clean the outside of your nose around the stud, then remove the stud itself gently, and finally put in a new piece of clean and allergy-safe jewellery.
A few tips for keeping your nose piercing healthy after the first four weeks include:
Since it takes up to a year for your nose piercing to be fully closed and healed, ongoing care is key. You can take care of your nose piercing during this year by always keeping in a stud, taking extra care when changing your stud or ring, and washing your hands and jewellery.
When you choose to have a nose piercing at a Medical Piercing clinic, you are ensuring you will be receiving a safe and sanitary piercing with a medical level of care. You will be given your doctor’s phone number so that you may contact him or her quickly if you have any questions or concerns during the healing process.
When the aftercare instructions are followed, complications such as infection are infrequent – and you will have the confidence of knowing that our specialists are ready to help you if necessary.