Tragus Piercing, you are also flexible in choosing the shape. Tragus Piercing, tragus ring, or spiral – basically piercing can buy almost any form of piercing jewellery after the healing process is complete. Tragus Piercing titanium, surgical steel, or Bioflex are particularly suitable materials. Sterling silver jewellery is not recommended for tragus, as it can oxidise (turn black) and irritate the pierced area. Piercing studs should be preferred to tragus rings as initial jewellery. When hitting rings are worn, there is always a slight leverage effect on the tragus. This can irritate the freshly pierced ear piercing. Piercing has healed; piercing rings, earrings, hoop earrings, or horseshoes can easily be used. Shooting with the tragus, there is also the possibility to see whether an actual piercing is something for you with the help of facts tragus jewellery. A piercing fake allows you to see precisely how the tragus affects you. In this way, you save yourself the money and pain for the piercing, and you can still enjoy the jewellery.
What is a Tragus Piercing?
Tragus Piercing is a vertical piercing through the cartilage part at the auricle’s ear canal entrance, medically known as a tragus. Tragus Piercing unique feature. Tragus Piercing can also be pierced horizontally through the tragus. Piercing is a little rarer and more prone to complications. Tragus Piercing is usually worn with a ball closure ring, a ring with a small ball, or a labret pin, a simple rod with a ball at the end. Piercing through the cartilage opposite the tragus is called Piercing. The small lump of cartilage lies directly above the earlobe. For anatomical reasons, anti-piercing is not possible for everyone.
Tragus Piercing How is it Done?
Tragus Piercing is next to the helix piercing, a piercing through the bulging cartilage border of the auricle, currently the most popular Tragus Piercing. Still, there are a few things to keep in mind. Like most Piercing, except the earlobe, it should not be shot with a Piercing, as this could split the cartilage. This leads to increased pain and complications. Piercing, therefore, makes sense to have apparently “simple” piercings such as the Piercing carried out by a professional piercing studio. An experienced piercer can advise you on beauty aspects and has the appropriate tools and skills for flawless Piercing. Piercing lately, the technique of dermal punch has established itself. The cartilage is not pierced but punched out. This speeds up the healing and should be less painful. This method’s disadvantage is that the hole cannot grow back in if you don’t want to wear a piercing later.
Tragus Piercing, how to take care of?
Tragus Piercing, similar to Tragus Piercing, Piercing also has a muscle running through the area to be pierced. If this is hit, it can be quite painful and also delay healing. Piercing, since every person feels pain differently, it isn’t easy to give precise information. The statements from those affected range from “hardly” to “enormous.” You may be comforted by the fact that both punching and stabbing go very quickly, and therefore the pain should only be short-lived. If you are very sensitive, you can ask your piercer to numb the area a little locally.
Tragus Surface Piercing Jewelry
Piercing jewellery should be made of implant grade ASTM F-136 titanium, ASTM F-138 implant grade stainless steel, nickel-free real gold from 14 carats, niobium, or glass.
These materials are suitable for staying in your body for a long time.
Tragus Piercing is advised, especially with titanium:
Not all titanium is created equal. Many manufacturers do not provide any specific information about the type of titanium they sell. Due to its wide range of applications, titanium is available in different alloys (compositions), but not all are suitable for being worn in your body. A titanium alloy used in shipbuilding or aerospace engineering is not the right one to wear in your body. That is why the addition ‘implant grade’ is significant. This means that the material is intended to remain in the body. Roughly speaking, the term ‘titanium’ is about as precise as saying that a table is made of ‘wood.’ This statement does not yet tell us whether a table is made of cheap pressboard or whether the table is made of mahogany wood. ‘Surgical steel’ or ‘316L stainless steel is also not a high-quality material for piercing jewellery, as this alloy contains a high nickel content (10% – 13%), and this can not only cause problems for allergy sufferers but can even cause allergies, should the percentage Salary can be higher, which can happen because many manufacturers have their jewellery made in Southeast Asia and the requirements and controls there do not meet European standards.
Perhaps the best-known case is a recall in 2017 due to a high nickel content in a tongue piercing plug from Claire’s brand.
Only ASTM F-138 steel, which also has the addition ‘implant grade’, is safe to wear.
Polish and surface of Tragus Piercing Jewelry
The best material is of no use if the surface is not well polished. Piercing jewellery is subject to higher demands than costume jewellery such as rings or chains since Piercing jewellery is worn IN instead of ON the skin. This difference is huge when it comes to fresh piercings because the jewellery you put in after piercing directly connects with the surrounding tissue and should be well tolerated and processed. This means that the material should be biocompatible and friendly, and smooth so that no bacteria or secretion can accumulate on it. If the surface is rough, this is bad for the healing of your piercing, as the new cells formed during the healing process are also included in these tiny bumps. If the jewellery is then moved, this tissue will tear. The more often this happens, the longer the healing process takes and the higher the chance that scarred tissue will form in the puncture canal itself. In addition to compatibility, a nicely polished piece of jewellery is, of course, much nicer to look at because it shines more. The greyish tone of the material, which is often criticised for titanium, is practically no longer noticeable with a good polish.
Standard Gauge for Tragus Piercing
These numbers are different for all piercings! When you want to use it, please remember to check the size. Size of this piercing
- Standard Gauge for Tragus Piercing: 16G, 18G
- Standard Length: 3/16″, 1/4″, 5/16″ and 3/8″
Tragus Surface Piercing Jewelry
Tragus Surface Piercing Jewelry area piercing can use two different thread forms to turn balls onto plugs. By far, the most widespread variant in France is externally threaded. The thread is on the plug, and the attachment has an opening that is screwed onto the pin’s line.
Disadvantages of the Tragus Piercing:
- Bacteria can build up in the thread’s recesses, which you bring into the branch duct risk.
The gap size – the small gap between the ball and the rod – is higher. Here, too, bacteria can collect again.
- You have to go through the branch channel with the sharp-edged thread every time you replace it.
The ball turns more easily
Advantages of the Tragus Piercing:
- The smooth surface allows it to be exchanged without damaging your puncture canal.
Jewellery with an internal thread is almost always made of higher quality titanium than jewellery with an external line. The gap is smaller, and that means your piercing is cleaner because nothing can be deposited. The ball holds better, which saves you money.
- Processing of piercing jewellery The more carefully the piercing jewellery is processed, the more beautiful it looks and the better your piercing can heal. This includes the already mentioned points of the material: Polish and thread. Also, it is essential to ensure that there are no ‘pointed’ corners or other unevenness on the frame, for example, in which dirt can accumulate and which are difficult to clean. How differently well made the same article can be, you can see on our comparison picture, on which piercing can see the same theme from two different manufacturers.
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Tragus Piercing Gold
Tragus Piercing jewellery made of gold should always be a nickel-free alloy to not react to allergies. Also, it must always be ensured that the piece of jewellery is not only ‘gold-plated’ and that it is solid gold – for example, but it also is not a hollow ball that only has a thin gold shell.
How to remove tragus piercing?
A tragus piercing is a sophisticated piercing placed on the piece of skin just in front of your inner ear. Due to its location, it can be a little more challenging to remove a tragus piercing than other piercings. However, it is doable! Start with good preparation, and then pull the jewellery out of your piercing hole, depending on the type of jewellery you have. If you’re too nervous about doing it yourself, don’t be too anxious to seek help from a professional.
Start with clean hands and jewellery. This step is crucial if you are changing your piercing for the first time. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Make sure you scrub them in warm water for at least 20 seconds. Dry them with a clean towel.
If you are swapping out your tragus jewellery for a new piece of jewellery, be sure to sterilise the latest jewellery selection. Wash it with soap and water, then soak it in alcohol for a minute or two.
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Pull your hair back. Your hair will get in the way when you try to swap out your jewellery. Better pin your hair out of the way to make the process easier for yourself. Of course, if you have short hair, this is not a problem for you.
Expose the jewellery. When you take your jewellery out of the tragus, it will help pull the skin away so that you can more easily access the piercing. Place your finger just in front of the tragus and gently pull the skin forward. This should show more jewellery, so you have room to work.
Clean the area with alcohol to keep it clean. To keep the area around the skin sterile, wipe the piercing and the skin around it with alcohol. This will prevent bacteria on your skin from causing infection while you are working with the piercing.
Unscrew a piece of jewellery with a ball lock. Unscrew the ball from the back of the stud. Be careful not to drop the ball, as it can be challenging to find. After unscrewing, you can pull the bolt out of your piercing hole.
Pull a flat stud earring from the back of your ear. Press your finger against the back of your ear so that the stud is pushed forward. Unscrew the ball at the front. When you unscrew it, gently go it back and pull the flat back stud out of your piercing from the other side.
If you have trouble with this, use rubber gloves or even tweezers to hold the jewellery’s back.
Pull a front stud out of your piercing hole from the front. In this type of jewellery, a small rod in the stud goes through your ear. Slide the stick from the back to the show. Pull the front bolt out of the swab. Gently slide the bolt back and pull it out of your ear.