– Each I.V. Catheter Needle is 100% cleaned using EO Gas. – Super sharp, Professional quality piercing needle and easy to operate, Reduce pain and scarcely no bleeding. … – Suitable for piercing ear, lip, nipple, eyebrow, navel, tongue, nose and other body parts.
People also ask, what is a cannula piercing needle used for?
Cannula vs. Needles
|Primarily used in European piercings (most notably around the U.K.)||Primarily used with American piercings|
|Short bevel, only sharp on 1 edge||Long bevel, sharp on all 3 axes|
|Shallow penetration of the skin||Deep penetration of the skin|
Similarly, what size is a nose piercing needle?
Most professional piercers use a needle size of 20G (0.8 mm) to 18G (1.0 mm) to pierce a nose.
When should you use a curved needle?
Similar to a circle shape, curved needles are used for a tragus and other piercings in the ear. The curved needle prevents the needle from puncturing the other side of the ear during the piercing.
Needles of the different sizes used for piercing with gauge Chart.
|14G||3/8”, 7/16”,1/2” and 5/8”|
|16G, 18G||1/4”, 5/16” and 3/8”|
|16G||1/4”, 5/16” and 3/8”|
Probably the most obvious difference between a needle and a cannula is that the tip of a needle is sharp while a cannula is blunt. … While a small bore needle is used to make the initial entry point, once the cannula is inserted into the skin, it is far less likely to pierce and pass through the blood vessels.
Getting Pierced with a Needle
The process of using a needle to do a piercing in an area of the body other than the ear lobe is much safer, and our customers say, less painful than using a piercing gun. … Yet when the two methods are directly compared, needles are far safer, and less painful for body piercings.
The takeaway. Needles intended for medical use should be used only one time, and not reused. If you must reuse a needle, sterilization can be tried at home, but will never provide a complete, 100 percent guarantee. New needles come packed in sterilized packaging.
If you are using a hollow piercing needle, thread the jewelry through the center of the needle. Put the earring in your ear. After you’ve pierced your ear, and while the needle is sticking through the ear, place the shaft of the earring into the hollow tube of the needle and then push it all the way through the ear.
|20G (0.81mm)||Most earlobe piercings are made with a 20G needle, as are some nose piercings.|
|18G (1.0mm)||An 18G needle can be used for earlobe piercings, nose piercings, as well as some cartilage piercings (e.g. forward helix). 18G earrings are great for many healed cartilage piercings.|
|Color||Gauge Size||Length (mm)*|
The higher the number, the smaller the gauge. If your piercing is a 18 gauge then the 20 gauge would be slightly smaller.