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Brian Skellie

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I can answer questions in regards to and not limited to: jewelry safety, specifically material, shape, proportion, and related issues; aseptic technique and sterilization as it applies to piercing safety; ethical issues of technique and bedside manner; the aftercare and recovery process for piercings. *Available for consultation.

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2017-01-30 Medusa Piercing:

Hello,  Lip jewelry can be troublesome for the reasons you mention. The main means of avoiding these issues is to have your piercer shorten the jewelry as soon as it is safe, and to expect to shorten it

2017-01-12 swollen ear piercings:

Often a piercing done at an angle to the tissue other than perpendicular, or with a slightly irritating shape or material like steel or an alloy of gold (usually including copper, silver and trace metals)

2016-12-28 Nose piercing bump:

Although it seems clear that the inside of the piercing was damaged during the removal/reinsertion process. Let's consider some other solutions:    Often a piercing done at an angle to the tissue other

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