Double Nose Piercing still offers to shoot a Nostril Double Nose Piercing with an ear-piercing gun. If you want to get a Double Nose Piercing, refrain from this method. It is dangerous and carries an increased risk of infection. Instead, look for a trusted piercer who will carry out the nose piercing professionally with an indwelling venous cannula. Of course, a hygienic approach is also essential for Double Nose Piercing. A set of cutlery may only be used once. The ala of the nose must be well disinfected. Then the stitch point is marked.
With a piercing, a receiving tube (a protective tube) is usually held against it to protect the nasal septum. To avoid locking, a piece of jewellery must now be inserted. This can be a labret plug or a ball closure ring. However, the material must not cause allergic reactions under any circumstances. That is why it should be made of surgical steel or precious metal. Health plugs are also suitable to start with.
The Double Nose Piercing is pierced through the nasal septum. This can only be done by an experienced piercer who takes care to stay below the cartilage tissue. The same goes for the long nasal piercing. Double Nose Piercing is very complex because the nose and nasal septum are pierced. If you are sensitive, you should be anaesthetised locally. Bridge piercing is another way of hitting the nose. The bridge of the nose is stuck between the eyes. Piercing in particular needs an experienced piercer, as neither cartilage nor bones may be injured. It is the most dangerous way to pierce your nose.
Double Nose Piercing pain and risks differ depending on the type of piercing. A Nostril piercing is relatively straightforward and usually goes without complications. However, pain also occurs during the sting because delicate nerves permeate the nostrils. Some bleeding is possible.
The pain subsides shortly after the piercing. The longest nasal piercing is the most painful and tedious because the nasal septum and outer nose are pierced. So three-branch channels are set. The most dangerous piercing is the bridge piercing because it is placed on a susceptible area.
This is where essential blood vessels and nerves are located, and in the worst-case scenario, paralysis can occur. If you choose this shape, plan it well with your piercer and exercise double and triple caution. In principle, it applies to every piercing that causes pain during the pricking but quickly subsides.