What insurance do you need to pierce ears?
Contact a good agent, they will be able to assist you with what coverages/protection you need.
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Answer . Buy a piercing-specific policy. Assuming you have a store, it will cover inventory, lost wages, etc.. You can't buy a policy for body piercing unless you have several years of verifiable experiance, then you still will not be able to purchase malpractice insurance.
Answer . It is best to get a professional to do your ears for tworeasons: To keep infection at bay and also you don't miss theperfect spot for the hole and end up with more than one hole inyour ear that is in the wrong spot even for another smallerearring. . Hygiene is super important when punctur…ing your body. Youwouldn't want a doctor giving you a shot with a needle he dug outthe back of a drawer and washed off either. You might be fine doingit at home, but it is so cheap to get it done professionally thereisn't much point in taking the chance. ( Full Answer )
How to get your ear pierced professionally You should not pierce your ear by yourself... or else it will hurt a lot more and you will be risking infection. You should go to your local pharmacy, doctor or piercing parlor and they will pierce it with an earring gun or sterile needle. It does not hu…rt. The following are guidelines by a professional piercer: Body Piercing Guidelines or "I want a piercing, now what" . All Body Piercing studios are regulated and work under regional and local health and city licensing regulations. What you may want may not be legal in your area so call and check with your local studios. . Age limits can vary from city to city and state/province to state/province, contact your local body piercing studios (under the yellow pages "Body Piercing" ) they will tell you what the age limits are for your area. . Identification is aways needed (Birth certificate, Student card, Drivers license) Parental consent is consent from the legal parents (Mother or Father). Grand parents, Sister, Brother, Second Cousin twice removed doesn't cut it sorry. Unless they are your legal guardians assigned by the courts and have documented proof or this, it just won't work. . Prices for piercings vary from shop to shop and city to city. Be sure you phone and ask them what the total price is including any *aftercare solutions they may try to sell you (* Professional body piercing studios won't try to sell you aftercare solution, they will recommend cleansers and soaps but that's it if you want it they will sell it but they will not force you to buy it.) . Do your research , check these places out and find a studio that you are comfortable with, talk to the piercer and discuss you wishes. If at any time you feel like you are being ignored or rushed leave, find somewhere else. Good shops will be busy, but they will also want you to book your appointment, this way they have there full attention on you not everyone else who is asking questions (that's a good thing). The reasons you should not attempt to pierce your self should be obvious, but for those who think it's a "DIY" project, here's some food for thought. Infection and contraction of MRSA, HIV, Meningitis, Hepatitis and Tetanus are all very serious health issues, MRSA is an antibiotic resistant bacteria that can in most cases land the unlucky individual in the hospital (and has been responsible for serious deformities and deaths). These infections has been caused by using unsterilized equipment and materials. Sterilization is not achieved by pouring alcohol over needles and jewellery, or burning these items over a fire or exposed flame. Microorganisms live in the fine fissures and cracks in needles and jewellery and only the high temperature and pressure of a steam Autoclave can render these and many other bacteria harmless. The above reasons alone should be enough to sway anyone from thinking they can do it themselves. Professional body piercers have years of hands on training and education to enable them to make any piercing "look simple", when in fact they are considering dozens of things when they lay out a piercing and actually do it. So consider your lack of knowledge, training and skills before you attempt to do any self piercing, once you pierce it, it's damaged tissue. This makes it even more difficult for a professional piercer to leave you with a great looking piercing when the area we have to work with is damaged by self inflicted attempts. Wikianswers is not a venue to provide how to information that can lead to serious personal injury. ( Full Answer )
you go to a store like clairs or the icing and ask may i please get my ears pierced then you pick out a pair they use a gun and press it the earring goes through then you have to keep them in for 6 weeks while cleaning them out with achol You go to Walmart or Claire's or a store similar that does ea…r piercing and pay for the stuff and sit in a chair and get them pierced. I recommend Claire's. ( Full Answer )
it depends on what kind of ear piercings you'll be doing. if you'll be working at like...a wal-mart, claire's or something like that, they'll ususally give you some sort of training in-store with the piercing gun (which is really not good for piercing AT ALL). but if you'll be using hollow need…les to do more unusual ear piercings (including regular lobes) you're gonna need a piercing license. ( Full Answer )
It depends on where you live. To get the most accurate information, you need to contact the Health Department in the county where you live, and they will be able to help you.
Yes. The Health requirements vary from state to state, but most require that the individual be licensed to perform piercings.
You must have a business license and a health inspection when you provide any services on or to the human body.
Well first of all if you have had your ears pierced already then at first they will check if the scar tissue in your ears too hard to pierce again. . Next they will mark on your ear with a pen where they are going to pierce. . Then they will rub some cleaning stuff on your ear and then get the …piercing gun and pierce your ear shooting the earring through your ear. ( it doesn't hurt because ive had them pierced six times and it never hurt) . Finally they will rub some more cleaning stuff on it, twist your earring around then it's all done. . -It takes six weeks before you can take them out or replace them with other earrings so it heels inside and then you can take them out or replace them. ( Full Answer )
you can be any age to have your ears pierced, a baby can have there ears pierced at 4 months old, but if you younger than 16 your parents do need to be with you... :)
Well yes, you have to have a parent or guardian to sign the forums and conditions before piercing.
Yes until you are 19 or 21 (depends on where you are) you still need your parent to sign off on any procedure.
Well they can use a piercing gun (not clean, not safe and generally used by someone who doesn't know what they are really doing) or by a professional body piercer in a licensed facility using a sterilized single use body piercing needle and sterilized equipment and jewellery.
First you need your supplies. You can get these at any craft or hobby store, such as Michael's Jo-Ann's Fabrics, etc. You need round-nose pliers, needle-nose pliers, headpins eyepins, beads, and ear wires. Make sure that the beads are large enough to fit on the pin. Then, string you beads on the wi…re. Make sure the part that will let the beads stay on (head or eye) is facing downwards. Then, take your needle-nose pliers and make a bend in the wire at a ninety degree angle. Next, using your round-nose pliers, curl the end up almost the whole way. String an ear wire onto the almost-circle. Then close the loop.Ta-Da! Your earrings are now complete! Enjoy! ( Full Answer )
Well a phone call to you local health inspection office or health protection office will answer that question.
I want to get my ears pierced but know only a little about getting ears pierced i need to know all about it can you tell me about it all about it?
\n. \n. \nLOL! I am laughing not because of your question, but not 2 weeks ago I was crazy searching the web to see if it hurt. It was crazy! People kept saying 'Depends on your pain tolerance'. Heck, How was I supposed to know my pain tolerance? First before I tell you if it hurt, I'll tell you w…hat I went through. First, they let me pick out some earrings. They put some markings on my ears and let me see if that was OK. Loaded the cartridge, and SHOOT. \n. \nLet's get to the hurt-\nRating of 1-10\n. \n---99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999\n. \nI AM THE BIGGEST WIMP, TOO SO TRUST ME! ( Full Answer )
That is a discussion you would need to have with your surgeon and doctor prior to the procedure General policy is to have all jewellery removed prior to any surgical procedure regardless of the nature of the procedure This is a means of combating the chances of a secondary infection due to bacteria …being introduced into a *sterile environment (*the hospital operating room). ( Full Answer )
go to a shop and they'll pierce your ears for you to do it your self its a bit more painful buy a pair of ear rings and push them through the scin. (make sure you have ice be hind your ear) !
pretty much everywhere claire's, i think ardenes or even at home with an apple if i were u i wudnt do it at home unless u have got a proffessional ear piercer with u doing it for you. incase you do it wrong. if u do it wrong then u cud really damage ur ears
Pretty much anywhere. http://z.about.com/d/tattoo/1/0/w/Kpiercingpics8.jpg This is a good picture to show a lot of different possibilities.
Claire's is ok but i would advise you to go to a proper jewlers despite the price.
No. He also did not wear earrings or nose-rings or have any visible tattoos or dye his hair green.
any tattoo shop normally has a side business of piercing. you can also find proper piercing shops. just make sure no where you go to uses a gun.
You live in Wimborne in Dorset and you need to get your ears pierced but it has to be within walking distance?
Well, London is within walking distance of Wimborne, and so is Edinburgh, but doubtless you could get the job done at the salon called the Beauty Centre , 19-20, Millstream Close, Wimborne, Dorse, telephone (01202) 8940890.
You should bathe your ears in surgical spirt 3 times a day for 6 weeks after having them pierced. It's also recommended that you bathe them once more if you've been messing with your ear ring alot that day.
When you first get them pierced you want small earrings until they heal completely. Even then they can tear out. I had a second piercing for 4-5 years and one ear is now gone because it tore out. If you want to wear a real diamond get a nice one. Too big and they look so phony and fake.
To conduct any form of service on the human body you require a business license and a health inspection. To get the most up to date information for your area contact you local health protection office or city hall business licensing department.
Licensing is required for any and all businesses, licensing and health inspections are required for all businesses proving a service to the human body. This includes body piercing, ear piercing, tattooing as these are classified as personal services. Contact your local business licensing department …at city hall, they will advise you of the regulations that apply to the scope of business you wish to enter into. Failure to be correctly licensed and inspected can carry very heavy fines and in some cases jail time. So make sure you know the rules before you dive into any personal service business. Insurance and bonding may also be required depending on the area you are planning on conducting business in. There is no excuse for not knowing the rules and regulations. ( Full Answer )
It depends on how thick the earring is you were pierced with (and the gauge of the ball-closure ring you want to put in it). When I got pieced back in 1993, they were still using HUGE thick studs (ugh, and now i just sHuDDER to think of mall piercings and piercing guns, and how evil and unsafe th…ey are) -- yet my mom said they were THIN compared to what she was pierced with back in the 60s. The piercing studs I see now at mall places are way thinner than the ones I had back in 1993. If you were pierced with the thicker type studs, you should be able to get a (16 gauge) ball-closure ring in with no problem. (14 gauge body jewelry is very common too though, and that would be too big). If you got pierced with the thinner, newer studs (closer to 18 gauge, which is how thick regular, non-piercing studs are, or they can be even thinner), then you could probably still do it but it would pinch a bit at first (it would stretch it). You didn't specify, so I assumed that you were talking about a lobe (NOT a cartilage) piercing. If you're talking about a cartilage piercing, you should pop into a piercing place and find a nice piercer to ask for advice. ( Full Answer )
No You Dont Your Parents Will Have To Sign A Agreement And except All terms and conditions And your Parent Will Have to Have A ID to Even Get Your Ears Pierced.
lobe earrings will work fine so will certain gauge type of earringsif theyre the right size
How long do you actually NEED to wait to take your starter earrings out after getting your ears pierced?
You need to wait about 4 weeks, that way, your ears will be completely healed.
well some tatoo shops do it, and in my opinion give more information. If you dont know where to find one I got mine done at the mall Some Doctor's offices will do ear piercings, that is where my daughter had her's done. It will be the most sterile and safest.
Sorry, you cant. An earring is alot different then if you were using a needle which is sharper compared to an earring which is very dull. Using a needle, you would have to re-pierce the hole over the years or so. And earring have a chemical that could possibly get into the blood from your ear. Using… a needle, all you would need to do is burn the tip with a lighter, have alchol near by to soak needle and cotton balls. This is an effective way, however I would not recommend it for arious reasons. Thoes of which being..Infection, Not safe, Infection, and Not safe. :) ( Full Answer )
Whenever your parents allow it and whenever you are old enough to clean them yourself, change them yourself, deal with infections, and deal with the pain of getting your ears pierced.
With a legal parent or guardian, you can get your ears pierced as a newborn.
No, you don't. All of those chicks in Claire's that use guns to pierce ears only have to read a book that takes about 15 mins to complete. Shows how experienced they are. If you visit the Association of Professional Piercers'(APP) website they have an entire section on how to become licensed with th…em. The APP is highly reputable and most people will only go to APP certified shops/piercers. (The APP is not a licensing or certifying body, they function more like a guild or union, for lack of a better analogy.) ( Full Answer )
Technically you can it is just not the smartest thing because it will most likely lead to disease and get infected and then you will have to go to the doctors and get it checked out. I suggest not actually doing it and leave to people who do it for a living.
First, They rub it really hard. Then, Right after they rub it, they quickly pierce your ears with a gun-like thing...........i guess!
claires is not a good place becuz the earings there are very cheep and the people who pierce ur ears normally arn't very good at it
Depends on the shop. Most will require 2 forms of photo I.D. for you and a parent/guardian if you're under 18. Some also require your original birth certificate.
A sharp sewing needle, lighter, peroxide, and a high quality (sterling silver or gold) earring. DON'T use a safety pin. Heat the needle in the flame of the lighter then clean thoroughly with peroxide. You may want to mark your ear where you're going to put the hole (I use a sharpie for this) then cl…ean well with peroxide on a clean q-tip. Clean the earring (I fill the peroxide bottle lid with peroxide and let the earring soak in it until I've finished piercing). Push the needle through your ear! Be careful to make the hole straight through the ear. The slower you pierce, the more it hurts, however, slower has always made my piercing less sore after. Clean well with peroxide or a solution of 1/8 tsp sea salt (NOT table salt) to 1/2 cup clean water twice daily. Don't remove the earring for at least 4 weeks, but make sure to clean directly around the hole. Twist the earring often to prevent your skin from healing to it. Please note, I'm not actually suggesting you should do this and it's probably better to go to a professional. But if you insist, this is theoretically how you could. ( Full Answer )
The piercing probably pierced something it wasn't supposed to. Or, you took it out too early. Happened to me too. It could just be scar tissue. If you're really worried about it, go ask your doctor. your piercer might not know what went wrong
Most girls that don't already have their ears pierced usually want them pierced because they see all other girls with piercings or they just simply want to wear earrings.
What size needle and barbell do i need to do it yourself industrial ear piercing industrial piercing?
don't do it you could really hurt yourself and get infected just go to a shop were they will pierce it right everyones skin types are different some people say that it hurts really bad and some people say that it doesn't hurt at all it depends on your skin type but please don't pierce it at home no …one looks good with one nostril if you pierce your nose yourself ( Full Answer )
You are ment to keep your earrings in for at least 6 weeks. If you take them out before that time, you might not be able to get them back in because the hole would have closed up!! Lol. Hope this helped. Xxx
you don't need any peircings for an ear cuff. An ear cuff is made to look like a real peircing but it's not, it's just a curved peice of metal that slips onto ur ear.
No, you don't need an appointment for piercing you American Girl Doll's ears. You can send your doll into the Doll Hospital (By American Girl) or you can go to an American Girl Doll store and they can pierce your doll's ears there.
You don't get your ears pierced with earrings. You have them pierced by a needle and then the hole is filled with an earring. There are gold stud earrings which are less likely to cause an allergic reaction.
six weeks, think I changed mine at like five week though didn't make any difference ad my top ear piercing was quite painful for about a year never hardly wered it has the ear was sore after a day of wearing it and it is not a comftable piercing to fall asleep I as it digs In, if my top ear piercing… healed up I would not get another one as really I don't think it is worth it to be honest ( Full Answer )