Medical Piercing

Medical Ear Piercing

Piercing is performed by a licensed registered practical nurse in a certified plastic surgeon’s office. Our pressured handgun is FDA approved for licensed medical professionals. Our system safely and quickly pierces ears in 3 easy steps. You can be assured everything is one-time use. We pierce both ears individually. Our exclusive Safety Back shield the sharp piercing tip and prevents the earring back from being squeezed too tight.

By Appointment Only

skin friendly metal

Exclusive Inverness Safety Back

Our exclusive Safety Back™ shields the sharp piercing tip and prevents the earring back from being squeezed too tight. This provides ample space and airflow while the piercing heals.


Consultations are by appointment only on Wednesdays from 9am to 2pm. Weekends Vary.

Upon arrival we will ask you to fill out an informed consent and waiver form. Choice of jewelry, placement, risks and post op care will be reviewed.

We pierce age 4 month and older. Your little one must have their second set of immunizations (done at 2 months baby wellness checkup and onwards). It is strongly recommended that children and adults have up-to-date tetanus (Tdap). Our choice of studs are as follows:

Babies (4 month to 5 years) — we use only medical-grade titanium to reduce any allergic reactions.

Children and adults (5years +) — we can use 14k or medical-grade titanium.

Post Care

Post op care instructions will be given as well as explained. Do not touch your new piercing at all for 6 to 8 weeks minimum for the earlobe, 8 to 12 weeks for the cartilage and 26 weeks for the nose. This no touch method decreases the spread of germs and limits infections. We will provide a post op care package with instructions to help with your new piercing.

During the healing periods please avoid swimming in pool or ocean water. Showering is recommended. Removing jewelry for sports/activities should also be avoided.

Medical Piercing Prices

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