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  • 1. Piercings<br />Emily Fracisco<br />
  • 2. Table of Contents<br />What kind of piercings can you get<br />Does it hurt?<br />Why should I get it done<br />Why should I get it done<br />How much does it cost? <br />Prevent infection <br />Time to Heal<br /> Cleaning<br />Books About Piercings<br />Sources<br />
  • 3. What kind of piercings can you get<br />
  • 4. Does it hurt?<br />Do they Hurt?<br />
  • 5. Why should I get it done<br />Getting piercing done. <br />
  • 6. How much does it cost? <br />A body piercing typically costs $20 to $55 for earlobes, ear cartilage or cheek. <br />A body piecing typically costs $30 to $65 for the eyebrow, nose, navel or nipple. <br />A body piercing typically costs $40 to $85 or more for a medusa (a piercing above the lip), the tongue web or the surface of the body, such as at the nape of the neck.<br />
  • 7. Prevent infection <br />Do NOT use alcohol or Peroxide to clean the area.<br />Rinse the pierced skin after exercising<br />Keep things clean that come in contact with the body part that has been pierced.<br />Wear clean clothing with soft fabric for navel piercings.<br />Don't wear pantyhose, leotards, belts, or tight clothing while a navel piercing is healing.<br />Wear loose fitting clothing<br />Check your jewelry<br />Do NOT use a hot tub or swim in public pools<br />Rinse tongue or lip piercings after every meal or snack<br />Throw out your old toothbrush<br />See your dentist for regular checkups<br />Eat healthy foods.<br />
  • 8. Time to Heal<br />Ear lobe 6 to 8 weeks<br /> Ear cartilage 4 months to 1 year <br />Eyebrow 6 to 8 weeks <br />Nostril 2 to 4 months<br /> Nasal septum 6 to 8 months<br /> Nasal bridge 8 to 10 weeks<br /> Tongue 4 weeks<br /> Lip 2 to 3 months <br />Navel 4 months to 1 year<br />
  • 9. Cleaning<br />Wash your hands<br />Remove any crusty material<br />Gently wash the area<br />Gently rinse<br />Gently dry the area<br />Do steps 1-5 twice a day until the skin heals.<br />Do NOT use antibacterial ointments. <br />
  • 10. Books About Piercings<br />The Piercing Bible By: Elayne Angle<br />In The Flesh By: Victoria Pitts <br />Piercings By: Ryu Murakami<br />Piercing the Darkness By: Frank E. Peretti<br />Play Piercings By: Deborah Addington<br />
  • 11. Infotrac<br />Piercings are they okay?<br />
  • 12. Sources<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Body_piercing<br />http://www.livestrong.com/article/12448-piercing/<br />http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/body-piercing.html<br />http://www.costhelper.com/cost/health/body-piercing.html<br />http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=piercings<br />

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