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Piercings are currently considered one of the most socially acceptable forms of body modifications With more than 25 of people currently sporting a piercing somewhere other than the ear lobe more and more people are accepting the aversive world of piercings As piercing is becoming more popular more and more tattoo parlors are beginning to offer piercing services a multitude of incorrectly done piercings improper jewelry use infections migrations and even sometimes hospitalization While there is currently some kind of oversight for piercing studios they are nowhere near as well regulated as tattoo parlors While most people already have piercings many do not realize what a good piercing environment isThere are a lot of steps in the consideration process before even looking for a piercing studio the most important one being is this going to negatively affect any part of your life If youre going to lose your job over this piercing then maybe it isnt the right time to get it or maybe you should get it in a different place Another important thing everyone needs to consider is do I have the time and effort to put into keeping it clean The average piercing has a 50 percent chance of getting infected from lack of aftercare and with infection there is a chance for scarring and body disfigurement Finally is this something that I really want to get When you take the jewelry out in 5 years its going to scar no matter how well you took care of it its going to scar It was an open wound and its going to scar beginning and end of it Dont believe anyone who tells you otherwise I had a cartilage piercing done at age 18 at an unsanitary piercing studio it was infected within a week and when I took it out I truly believed that it wouldnt scar I was wrong I know have two bubbles of scar tissue on my ear
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