Tragus jewelry – The medical professional piercers use forceps during the drilling procedure. There are two common types of body piercing forceps: Pennington and Forrester. Pennington forceps has triangular points and forceps Forrester has oval tips. The piercers use Forrester for tongue piercings and the Pennington to piercings in general, as the lips, eyebrow or navel. For a drilling procedure, the piercer uses hemostats to help you during insertion of jewelry. The hemostats maintain stable jewelry, while the piercer inserts the jewels in the hole in a complex or small area, like a piercing in the cartilage of the ear tragus.
The tragus jewelry in the ear is a small piece of cartilage that immediately projected in front of the ear canal. It is small enough to be pierced by a piercing and the jewelry does not hinder or interfere with daily life. To prevent infections in new piercing, it is crucial to clean it several times a day to prevent bacteria buildup around the piercingly, which can lead to infection and make it necessary to remove the accessory.
1) Place one or two sea salt tablespoons, not the kitchen iodine in two cups of water.
2) Wash your hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap.
3) Dip a cotton ball in the solution and wipe it gently around the part of the front and back of the piercing. Go through all the metal and be sure to remove any accumulation crusted around the tragus jewelry.