EDISON, NJ, January 17, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Many new parents are often curious about ear piercing. Standards of hygiene and safety are more important now than ever before, with many ear-piercing methods being old and outdated. These procedures create an increased risk of infection or complication. To combat these complications, Dr. Nimisha Shukla, pediatrician in Woodbridge
and Edison, is now offering ear piercings at her Edison, NJ pediatric office.
Medical ear piercing has been developed recently using modern technology and safe materials. With the use of medical materials, Dr. Shukla, Edison and Woodbridge pediatrician
, can help minimize the risk of developing allergies-particularly nickel allergies, as most medical earrings are made of titanium or plastic, which is most important for people with sensitive skin, especially children.
"A lot of parents are interested in piercing their precious little ones ears. Typically, parents veer toward Claire's and other jewelry stores for their piercing needs, but these practices are not always proven safe," said Dr. Nimisha Shukla, Edison and Woodbridge best pediatrician
. "I am excited to announce the availability of ear piercing in my office, which offers a safer alternative to jewelry stores. I encourage parents to bring their children to my office for their ear piercing instead of popular jewelry stores."
Not only is it important for parents to have their child's ears pierced by Dr. Shukla, pediatrician in Edison
and Woodbridge, at her pediatric office, but also it is vital to take proper care of the piercings upon completion. When a child first gets his or her ears pierced, parents should leave the earrings in until the ears are completely healed. Typically, the healing process with take about 4 to 6 weeks, but if the piercings are not properly cared for, the holes could close up and the piercing will need to be redone.
When it comes to piercing a child's ears, it is important for parents to have it completed in a comfortable, safe environment staffed by experienced medical professionals who can perform this procedure in a sterile manner. If a parent is thinking about piercing their child's ears, Dr. Nimisha Shukla, top pediatrician in Woodbridge
and Edison, invites them to bring their child into her office where she can pierce their ears in a safe, sterile environment.
For more information on Dr. Nimisha Shukla, Edison and Woodbridge top pediatrician
, or to contact her office about ear piercing, parents can visit her practice website at http://www.edisonpediatrics.com
About Nimisha Shukla, MD: Dr. Nimisha Shukla is a board certified pediatrician and fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She has been caring for children of Edison and surrounding areas since 1997. Born and raised in Bombay, India, Dr. Shukla completed her medical degree at K.E.M. Hospital, University of Bombay. She completed further specialization in M.D. pediatrics from K.E.M. Hospital and served as a Lecturer of Pediatrics at the University of Bombay. Additionally, she completed her internship and residency in Pediatrics at Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York where she was also chosen and served as Chief Resident. Joining Dr. Shukla is Dr. Gauri Bhagwat, a board certified pediatrician. Dr. Bhagwat completed her undergraduate medical training in Indian and also trained in England in Pediatrics for three years where she did her MRCPCH-2. Later, she came to the United States and completed her Pediatric Residency in Saint Peter's University Hospital where she is currently an attending physician.
Dr. Nimisha Shukla, MD
1802 Oak Tree Rd. Suite 101
Edison, NJ 08820
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