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Last post 03-13-2014, 12:04 AM by Rohan Jain. 13 replies.
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  •  12-09-2009, 11:04 PM

    tattoos and piercings

    I am about to enter my first classes to start my new career in the healthcare system. Along with my love for careing for people, I have a extreame passion for tattoos and piercings. I dont believe I will have a hard time with coviering up my tattoos as I am about taking out my piercings. I have both sides of my nose pierced only with studs you can barely noticable. I also have my ears streatched to 5/8's inch. I also have my smiley pierced. For those of you who dont know what that is, it is the flap of skin that attaches your upper lip to your gums. it isnt noticeable either until I smile. I do not plan on getting any more piercings. I was just wondering your experences in the work force that have to do with piercings and tattoos. all of my piercings are closed and healed and I've had them for many months and years.

     

    Thanks a bunch


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  •  01-13-2010, 11:13 PM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    Try  to stay away from doing anymore piercing. I have heard very negative comments about it among  co workers. Though no one may tell you, tatoos can  hamper your growth for promotion in the field.

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  •  04-08-2010, 1:35 PM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    As a nursing executivre - I have to tell you that I am not overly impressed with excessive piercing or tats. I do not want to sound old-fashioned or frumpy - but older nurses will be the ones to hire or promote you - and if you live in a conservative area - this may hinder your professional growth. Remember that first impressions are lasting impressions. Good luck!

  •  06-14-2011, 3:35 AM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    hi,..i have a tattoo made at my lower back,..its been 2years with a tattoo,...and now i want to erase this tattoo,...suggest any possibility,...

    thank you


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  •  06-22-2011, 11:00 PM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    I dont think it can be erased.

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  •  07-07-2011, 3:32 PM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    Malinda-forget healthcare and get a job at your tattoo parlor, or where ever the disgusting piercings come from. If I were sick in the hospital and my healthcare provider came in my room with 5/8" stretches in the ear lobes no matter how sick I would run.

  •  10-18-2011, 11:51 AM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    well your passion for caring people and for tattoos can go along i dont think that is bad. passion for tattoos and piercing is all your personal life issues that should be least concerned as far as your professional life is concerned.

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  •  05-28-2012, 8:04 AM

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    neivin damin:

    hi,..i have a tattoo made at my lower back,..its been 2years with a tattoo,...and now i want to erase this tattoo,...suggest any possibility,...

    thank you

    It can be erased....but it costs a lot...!!
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  •  06-13-2012, 4:46 AM

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    What's up with teens getting piercings nowadays seems all races are getting them
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  •  12-06-2012, 5:18 AM

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    Sidharth Banyal:
    I dont think it can be erased.

     

    It can be possible now.


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  •  01-24-2013, 7:56 AM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    neivin damin:

    hi,..i have a tattoo made at my lower back,..its been 2years with a tattoo,...and now i want to erase this tattoo,...suggest any possibility,...

    thank you

        I think it can be critical task. You may contact with skin specialist doctor. 


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  •  03-01-2013, 5:50 PM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    Hi,

    I do believe that you can have the tatoo erased.  It is a procedure requiring a laser and I heard that it's painful but can be done.  Angalina Joli, the acress has had a tatoo removed.  I would just google to find a place near you.


    Sharon
  •  05-08-2013, 2:14 AM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    Tattoos are not accepted in any of the professional Companies. I had a do a laser treatment to get it erased. 

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  •  03-13-2014, 12:04 AM

    Re: tattoos and piercings

    I'm against it as it break the skin and cause bleeding. There is also risk of infection. It is also possible to remove tattoo but the process is expensive and also piercing take enough months to fully heal.
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