A stud is probably better than a hoop or ring during the initial healing process, so I would stick with that for faster healing.
Likewise, can ears be pierced with hoops?
Hoop and ring piercings are typically easier to clean because they don’t have earring backs that block your fresh piercing. Make sure to get hoops or rings that are snug on your ear lobe, you won’t want your piercing to move too much.
In respect to this, do you have to get a stud before a hoop earring?
When you get your ear pierced (guys), do you need to start out with a starter stud or can you get a hoop as your first? Regardless of customer gender, a proper professional piercer is not going to use a stud-gun. The result is not a piercing, but a blunt-force trauma splat, often missing the intended mark.
Do hoop piercings take longer to heal than studs?
Healing is generally prolonged significantly. If you start with the stud you can switch to a hoop in about 2-3 months depending on how quickly you heal.”
It’s not recommended to start your initial piercing off with a hoop. It can delay healing and a stud is much better to start off with.
It is possible to get pierced with a ring in your cartilage or nose straight away so the answer is yes, we can pierce you with a ring!
Most piercers will not pierce with hoops or use hoops for initial jewelry (except for maybe a daith piercing or if they know their client and the way they heal really well) because hoops cause extra pressure on the wound and are generally more difficult to heal.
There is no harm in bringing your own earrings provided they are light in weight and not too heavy for you to carry as it pains after the piercing is done . The pain may be prolonged for weeks so wearing heavy earings will create discomfort and will give you more pain.
What jewellery should you get for a helix piercing? I wanted to get my forward helix pierced with a hoop, but the piercer recommended getting a bar instead, because hoops are more susceptible to infection. This is because bacteria can get caught in the curve and then be moved around the ear into the hole.
Can I Change My Earring after a couple Days? No, you can‘t change your earrings for the first 6-8 weeks. If you wanna change it, your ears might get infected. At this time, the wound is still fresh.
When asking for this type of piercing, bear in mind that depending on the shape of your ear, you can either get an inner or outer conch piercing. … Then there’s the outer conch piercing, which allows a ring to go around the outer edge of the ear’s cartilage (hello, hoop earrings).
Stick with either the solid gold or 100% implant grade titanium or biocompatible stainless steel to prevent irritation on your fresh piercing. Any plated jewelry or other materials should be introduced only after your piercing has fully healed.
To decrease this risk, ask your piercer to use flat studs, as opposed to those with jewels and other jagged edges. New piercings can also be difficult to sleep in, especially for side sleepers. While your piercing heals, you can help minimize discomfort by sleeping on your back instead of your side.