There are only a few things that I know about piercings, but some of them that I have experienced myself. Most piercings, it is recommended that you wait at least 3 weeks. Operative phrase is "AT LEAST". The Cartalidge takes on average 9 months to heal, and can take up to a year in a half to fully heal. That will be your indicator that you are safe to change the jewelry. You want the piercing to be fully healed to avoid irritations from Machine Oils, possible irritation from the threads from the new jewelry, or any similar situations. The best suggestion is to talk to the Professional Piercer that did the piercing and see what they recommend, since every shop is different.Answer
Wait until it doesnt hurt at all. You should be able to move it back and forth and apply pressure without it hurting. Usually a few months. I had to wait 7 months.Answer
Usually the recommended healing time with proper care is 1-2 months. Everyone heals different though. If you still feel pain when you move it up and down then changing it will cause irritation and make the healing process a lot longer. Wait until you can play around with it freely without any pain at all. I currently have 3. The first two took about 1 to a month in a half as far the 3rd on goes. I've had it roughly a little over a month and it still hasn't healed completely. Just make sure to take care of it the WA the piercer told you and the healing process shouldn't take took long.
you should wait at least three months. the industrial usually takes three to nine months to heal. don't change it if it still bothers you, like pain wise. if you're still not sure call a piercing place and they'd be happy to change it for you.
Ask the person that did the piercing.
Well it should be healded in about 2 months:)
You should wait at least 6 to 8 weeks to change the jewelry in any piercing. You can go to your local piercing place and they should change it for free. You should wait at least 6 to 8 weeks to change the jewelry in any piercing. You can go to your local piercing place and they should change it for free.
Well The Piercer Should Tell You When You Can Change It But You Should Wait 4-6 Weeks Before You Change It
The longer the piercing is kept the longer it will take for it to close once it is removed.
about a week you should keep it c lean and not get it infected. use antibacterial soap and wash it every day !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Before you can change it out you should wait 3 to 5 days
At least 4 to 6 weeks.
its when u get a piercing from high cartilage to the part of ur ear where cartilage stars. they usually use a long barbell (industrial barbell ) for this piercing
You can be any age as long as you have your parent's permission and they are present at the time that you are getting the piercing.
Industrials can be tricky to heal. You can go to your piercer to change it once the swelling goes down. YOu can change it yourself after 2-3 months. Industrials can take a very long time to heal completely.
It depends on how long you have had the piercing, if it's just been a few weeks, do not remove the piercing. If it has been over a year or more, you can probably have it out for a day or so before it is a tight squeeze to get the jewelry back in.
Until it stops hurting.
The barbell is too long for the piercing and should have been shortened after two weeks, get a shorter barbell in the piercing and it should settle down.
After 6weeks you can take it out.
It depends on how long you have had the piercing. If you have had it for over a year it should stay open for a relatively long time, a completely healed piercing will stay open for weeks maybe even months or years. To prevent the loss of you r piercing though, try not to leave it out of you want to keep it, and wait at least 6 weeks to even change it.
Once any piercing is *seasoned (*over a year old ), so long as the jewellery is appropriate for the piercing in gauge and length or diameter the piercing will not stretch unless you change it to a larger gauge. So will you have this big gaping hole in your lip? Well no, if you stay with the jewellery you are sized to it should stay the same size during the *life of the piercing (* this is for however long you choose to keep the piercing ).
a week or 2 .
As long as it's a light white/yellow color. If it's greenish/yellow then theres a high chance that its infected and you should go check with your piercer.
Industrial piercings don't have backs, it's one long barbell running through two diffrent piercings in the ear cartilage.
You could get two individual clear plugs/bars. It'll be tough to find a clear bar long enough for an industrial.
If you want to change it yourself, you should wait at least until it's completely healed. The other option is to have a professional change it for you if it isn't fully healed yet.
He has an industrial piercing on his left ear, this is sometimes called a scaffolding bar, it is a long metal bar through the top of your ear. He also has a labret piercing, this is the piercing of your chin, just under your bottom lip. & that's all he had!!
At least 2 months. You can go swimming as long as you don't get the piercing wet. Bodies of water are FILLED with germs that can infect a piercing.