Ear and Nose Piercing
Gerard offers professional ear and nose piercing. Our staff is fully trained and uses the latest fully sterilized single use disposable equipment.
We pierce both ears simultaneously so that its OVER in seconds. This is specially relevant when piercing children (only done with signed parental consent).
For children, we recommend the use of EMLA cream (magic cream) that can be bought from any chemist. Please apply the cream one hour before the treatment, cover with cling film to keep moist as EMLA stops working if it dries. This will make the procedure painless. Adults can use this as well!
Although nose piercings are done with a gun, this is not the same gun used for ear piercings as these can damage
the delicate tissue in the nose area. The gun used for nose piercings is equivalent to using a needle, but faster and less painful.
Price is £20 for both ears and this includes a pair of studs. The same price applies for nose piercings.
Baby Ear Piercing:
We offer ear piercing for babies as young as 6 months.
Our piercing is done by our medically trained staff in our council inspected private facilities. In many cultures this is a right of passage and we are sensitive to our client’s cultural needs and expectations.
Children need to have had their second immunisations before we are able to pierce them.
We have a wide choice of mini ear studs in gold, stainless steel and titanium.
Prices vary from £20 to £35 (price includes studs) and you must purchase the aftercare disinfectant solution which is £3.50.
If you have any questions, please call us on 01883 344273. Appointments on Saturdays are a must.
How to book
Use our contact form or simply call us
To pay your deposit for your consultation click here:
Tel: 0800 0029696
Tel: 44 07773 313173
Registered with the TPS, all calls are recorded for legal reasons. Sales calls will not be entertained and will be reported.
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