Dermal Anchor piercing within Charlotte area (price, eat, rating)
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Sadu is the place I recommend, though I'm not sure they do dermal anchors. (It looks like they do in these pictures) You can call & find out. They are knowledgeable and clean, and won't do a piercing if they think there will be a problem with it.
They're at 1515 Central Ave, so you can hit Zada Jane's or The Penguin while you're in the area!
lets see what is wrong with this picture...
1) the idiot has sterile gloves on, with a sterile kit, but then his field (i.e. her face) isn't sterile, that wonderful.
2) the temporal artery lies just next to where the incision was made...I wonder if he/she thought of what happens when this gets cut...and if so, who is going to be responsible for fixing it, and the cost.
I really don't think that people THINK before they have this done, nor do those that are performing them.
Working in the ED we have to clean up messes from these JO's (infection, bleeding, migrating bases, etc) and who regulates them...absolutely nobody...hang a shingle, and start cutting away....
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