Piercings should only be touched to clean or adjust your jewelry.
(The less you mess with it, the better it will heal)
Use an alcohol-free and hydrogen peroxide-free mouth rinse 2x a day.
Rinse with water (bottled or filtered) thoroughly after every time you eat or drink.
(Also after you smoke, however smoking is not recommended)
Gently brush jewelry with a clean toothbrush to avoid plaque build up.
Use the Steriwash spray we provide 2x a day.
Rinse with warm water in the shower once a day.
(If debris is stubborn, rinse longer in the shower, do not touch or use q-tips)
They are open puncture wounds. This means that they will more than likely be prone to bleeding in the beginning, and sore potentially for a few days. Ibuprofen and/or a cold compress may help relieve these symptoms.
This is because piercings heal from the outside in. Be patient, and keep cleaning throughout the entire healing period, which is around 2 months for oral piercings.
Peroxide, rubbing alcohol, ear piercing solutions, tea tree oil, ointments, harsh soaps, saline eyewash or drops, fragrance, lotion, or makeup on healing piercings.
Doing so breaks the new growth of skin forming and delays healing time.
Surgical Steel jewelry contains Nickel, as well as Sterling Silver, so it is best to avoid these metals.