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Tragus piercing 101: An Introduction to the Piercing Process

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If you’re considering getting a tragus piercing, it’s important to understand what it entails. Here’s your guide to tragus piercing 101: an introduction to the piercing process.

The tragus is a small cartilage flap located at the front of the ear canal. The piercing process involves using a needle to create a hole through the tragus, which is then fitted with a piece of jewelry. The piercing is typically done with a 16 or 18 gauge needle, depending on the size of the tragus.

The piercing process can be uncomfortable, but the pain level varies from person to person. Some people describe the sensation as a sharp or intense pressure, while others feel a more dull pain. The process typically takes a few minutes, and the pierced area may be red and tender for a few days afterward.

Proper aftercare is crucial to ensure that the piercing heals correctly. This includes cleaning the piercing twice daily with saline solution or saltwater, avoiding touching the piercing with dirty hands, and avoiding swimming or submerging the piercing in water until it’s fully healed. You should also be mindful of the jewelry you choose, avoiding low-quality material, and opting for options like titanium or gold.

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