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Brian Skellie

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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2017-01-12 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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