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By: Jenny M.
Medical Ear Piercing Clinics
I LOVED this place!!! The nurse was so helpful and kind and everything in the office was immaculate down to the piercing. It only took about 20 minutes for the whole thing and my daughter came out with the biggest smile. I'm pretty sure it's under different ownership from the past reviews because I have no complaints. 5 stars all around!
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By: Indira P.
Medical Ear Piercing Clinics
I took my 11 months old to have just one ear pierced ( she had a misplaced piercing at her pediatrician 8 months ago) she was very squirmy and the PA was very patient and took time to make sure it was properly placed and as aligned as possible with the other pierced ear. I highly recommend this place.
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