Ear Piercing

Getting your ears pierced can often feel like a rite of passage for young children. Pierced ears are a common cosmetic practice and in the past we usually just turned to our local mall’s jewelry shop or a salon to have our ears pierced; however, the risk of infection with piercings can be greatly increased if the person in charge isn’t properly trained or if the tools aren’t properly sterilized. This is why more and more parents are turning to their pediatricians to get their children’s ears pierced.

Some parents are surprised to hear that along with regular and emergency medical care, our pediatricians also provide ear piercing. Once you think about it, it’s really not that surprising. .

Of course, as with any procedure, there are risks involved; however, by having your child’s ears pierced in a professional medical setting under expert supervision and care, the risks are greatly minimized.

We use The Coren PS Ear Piercer that is only available for professional use. It painlessly pierces your child's earlobe and inserts a hypoallergenic ear stud.

PHC trusts the Coren PS system because:

  • Lets you provide patients quick, painless and safe earpiercing.
  • This ready-to-use, one step ear piercing system is laboratory tested, packaged, and sealed.
  • Hypoallergenic studs and clasps are individually sealed with disposable earpiercer - avoiding any concern of cross contamination.
  • 4 styles of hypoallergenic stainless steel ear studs and clasps available - including pediatrics.
  • Lets you provide patients quick, painless and safe earpiercing.
  • This ready-to-use, one step ear piercing system is laboratory tested, packaged, and sealed.
  • Hypoallergenic studs and clasps are individually sealed with disposable earpiercer - avoiding any concern of cross contamination.
  • 4 styles of hypoallergenic stainless steel ear studs and clasps available - including pediatrics.

Some children may also be allergic to certain metals such as nickel. Any allergies that your child has will be in their medical history, which we will go through prior to performing any treatment or care to reduce their risk for an allergic reaction (something that may be difficult to avoid in salons or other settings where they perform piercings). If an allergic reaction does occur our pediatrician can quickly and easily address the problem.

If you want to get your child or teen’s ears pierced in a safe, sterile environment from a trained medical professional then turn to our board-certified pediatricians. Call Pediatric Health Center of Conyers today at (770) 483-4431.

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