How To Remove Buried Earring. Two of my ear piercings were done with very large needles and as a result the earring backs partially grew into the earlobe. Take some Vaseline or petroleum jelly.
If the ring doesnt have a bead. Carefully apply it on your earlobe or ear hole and massage it. With the thumb and index finger of your other hand hold the back of the earring post.
Instead of unscrewing them pinch the front and back and firmly pull apart to remove says Lynn.
On occasion you will encounter a patient with an earring stuck in their ear lobe. With older individuals I have removed them with anaesthetic but it can be quite challenging in the young. If you have a vacuum with a hose attachment take a pair of nylon socks or stockings and stretch it over the nozzle. Turn your vacuum on and sweep where you think the earring might be.