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A tragus piercing is a piercing on the small flap of cartilage in the ear that extends out in front of the ear canal and is located above the ear lobe. This piercing is typically not very painful due to a lack of nerves ... More »

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A tragus piercing is dangerous if it is not performed or cared for properly, according to Prime Health Channel. If done properly, a tragus piercing is a safe procedure. More »

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Remove a tragus piercing at home by unscrewing the ball of the captive bead ring jewelry with a pair of pliers. It is advisable to have your professional piercer remove the tragus piercing if possible. More »

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An anti-tragus piercing involves perforating the cartilage on the outside of the ear, slightly further up from the ear lobe, to insert jewelry. It is called an anti-tragus because the piercing itself is located opposite ... More »

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According to WebMD, symptoms of an infected tragus piercing include red streaks under the skin that extend from the piercing site outwards, increased pain around the piercing, swelling, redness, tenderness, and pus or di... More »

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Remove a tragus piercing at home by unscrewing the ball of the captive bead ring jewelry with a pair of pliers. It is advisable to have your professional piercer remove the tragus piercing if possible. More »

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Minor piercing infections are treated with antibiotics targeted at the most common bacterial pathogens. Surgical excision and drainage may be necessary in cases of abscess formation. In these cases, cosmetic damage may b... More »

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