Are you or your teen considering a flat tire? It is difficult to compare at this point, or are you not sure what the actual risk of a flat tire is? Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish facts from the myths about body adaptations. When this happens, it is more difficult for parents and adolescents to reach a consensus on whether piercing is acceptable for self-expression.
First of all, you need to understand that the risk of punctures is real. There are real problems and they occur, these problems cannot be ignored. On the other hand, by taking certain precautions and paying due attention to piercings, you can minimize the chances of problems and greatly increase your chances of becoming one of the millions of healthy, normal people.
What are the health risks of a flat tire?
Without proper care, an infection can cause scarring and even blood poisoning. Infection by perforation is unattractive and can be very dangerous.
Some people are sensitive to certain metals and only find out when pierced and react strongly to the jewellery. Rash, swelling and breathing difficulties can cause shock and hospitalization.
If the perforation is accidentally placed, you can push it into the nerve, cut it off and permanently sink the area into a feeling.
That’s how it sounds. If you have a flat tire and touch a large blood vessel, you may have problems stopping bleeding and you can go to the emergency room for cauterization.
The risk of cross-contamination. If you have been pierced by an improperly sterilized needle, you may have cross-contamination from hepatitis, HIV virus or other blood-borne pathogens.
These are hardened scar tissue nodes that look like cysts at the base of the perforation and are sometimes formed at the perforation site for no reason.
Can’t Donate Blood
Is it important that you are a blood donor? Someone in your family is ill. You may need to donate blood in the near future? Don’t get punctured. You cannot donate blood a year after piercing – no exception.
Oral perforations can cause problems, including broken teeth, worn out enamel, damage to the gums and jaw from chafing, and even inhaling a loose piece of jewellery into the lungs. Infection and swelling of the tongue are also possible and very unpleasant.
Are there any other risks of piercing the body?
It depends on the risk you think. There are certain things to consider that you can name potential drawbacks. These include:
- Pain. How many are you If you can’t tolerate pain, you may be suffering more than vanity. Some piercings are almost harmless and some piercings can last for several weeks.
- Cost. Do you not only have money to pay for piercings and jewellery but also money for aftercare products.
- Determined. If you can’t clean the perforations twice a day, you’re at risk.
- The judgment of others. Let’s become a reality. You may not want to listen to this song but face it. Others can judge you based on your piercing, so please think carefully about it. If other people stare as if they are afraid of you, will it bother you? Should you explain yourself or take the hassle out of the interview? If the puncture makes your grandparents or family and friends sad, do you feel sad?
Okay, we’ve been studying the risks of a flat tire and you (or your teen) are still finding that a flat tire is a must. How do you avoid all those terrible options mentioned in our list of health risks? By doing homework! By choosing a good and professional punching machine and punching in a suitable environment, the risk of infection or other complications can be reduced and a good punching effect can be obtained.
What should you pay attention to in a prick room that reduces the risk of punctures?
The first impression is important! As you walk through the door, scan the waiting area. Is it clean, neat and professional? If the front of the store is not clean, it is certain that they cannot keep the back clean. If your first impression makes you alert, turn around and walk out the door.