How to Choose Engagement Rings for Nurses and Doctors

How to Choose Engagement Rings for Nurses and Doctors

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Finding engagement rings for doctors or nurses isn’t an easy task. In addition to choosing a stone and setting that your lady will be happy with, you have been aware of the environment she is working in every day. Although nurses, doctors, as well as other professionals in the medical field are using their hands frequently that doesn’t mean you need to choose the most boring wedding ring. There are some considerations to consider when choosing engagement rings for doctors.

Tips for Buying Engagement Rings for Medical Professionals

The knowledge of cross-infections is a major issue in the present. It’s not just about exposing patients suffering from illness to the risk of infections, but also about nurses and doctors contracting any infection, the patient might be suffering from. This is the reason why gloves made of latex are required for medical staff at all levels.

Doctors depend on their hands for healing patients. There are numerous aspects to take into consideration when selecting the doctor’s engagement ring.

Bezel settings ring

The first is setting. If jewelry is allowed which is the case, engagement rings designed for medical professionals must to be able put on latex gloves and frequent hand washing, and the ring should not be a risk to the wearer.

Most engagement rings feature an elevated setting that holds the moissanite just over the band. Although this displays the moissanite in a clear way it can cause problems for those who work with their hands. Rings with high sets are more likely to be snagged or caught. The rings can crack the gloves made of latex worn by medical professionals. This poses a health and safety danger, and costs time for the doctor or nurse to re-sterilize.

Bezel settings are the ones we recommend since these settings are not as likely to break gloves or become stuck on the patient’s clothes or gown. They secure the central stone in a strong setting that will protect any gemstone. You and your companion don’t have to be concerned about any loose objects being damaged.

Solitaire rings

The other important aspect to think about is the style of the engagement ring. Solitaire rings are the most suitable choice for the most resistant to germs rings. With a solitaire style, you are less likely to get bacteria getting trapped, particularly in comparison to bands with accents. Metal bands that are smooth are easy to clean, and bezel settings prevent any stones from getting caught between prongs. We suggest using a round shape for the center stone. The majority of other shapes, such as pear and emerald, have corners that can be trapped.

It is also important to look into a sturdy metal type.

Metal strength differs widely between different metals. Silver is generally the weakest metal, and is prone to dents and scratches. Gold also tends to be a weaker metal. The constant washing of hands and being in areas filled with chemicals can weaken low-strength metals quickly. To prevent this from happening it’s best to avoid rings made of silver and gold.

We recommend platinum or 14K yellow gold. Gold that is 14K or less pure will offer more durability. Platinum, however, is a dense metal that weighs more than the various types of metals employed in engagement rings, however, it is less susceptible to scratching.

Platinum is also an anti-allergenic metal and is therefore ideal for healthcare professionals suffering from reactions to other metals. You may also consider platinum to keep patients with skin allergies protected.

Engagement Rings Ideas for the Medical Industry

Bezel Setting

As we’ve said, setting prongs can be problematic Bezel settings are an ideal option. The main feature of engagement rings is going in the direction of a stone that is a part of a profile that is raised.

Clementine Brilliant Moissanite Ring

Our contemporary traditional Clementine solitaire ring has the pinch band to highlight every stone’s center and design. It is not too delicate, and with a slim profile, this design will allow the wedding band or three to be placed in a straight line to create the perfect stack.

Petite Bezel Round Moissanite Solitaire Ring

The main stone in this Moissanite rings is round. Edging solitaire ring round stunning cut, imitating engagement ring, stunning silent Edging ring, solitaire ring.Made from S925 sterling silver or gold-plated or rose gold.

Wedding Bands

Most doctors and nurses do not have the option of wearing engagement rings, and are instead only permitted to wear band. There are some gorgeous options that can still add some sparkle.

Women’s Promise Moissanite Wedding Band Stackable Engagement Ring

This Wedding Band for Women is Moissanite. The Stackable Ring is constructed of moissanite as well as s925 sterling silver. The flash moissanite ring shines from different angles of moissanite to create stunning reflections. It’s appropriate for every occasion and is suitable for a variety of uses, including wedding rings, engagement rings, anniversary or Valentine’s Day gift.

Moissanite Channel Set Band Ring

Have a look at your new ring. It features sparkling stones set in a delicate channel setting. With 2.5 millimeters wide it is the perfect size to stack! Make it an engagement ring, wedding band ring, or as a complement to any other ring, and see how gorgeously she shines!

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Ring Size Guide

ring size guide
ring size guide

This is a chart that will be extremely helpful for you to determine the ring size that you need. You can either make use of a tape or a small piece of string to measure the area that will be occupied by the ring. When it becomes a complete circle, make a mark on such string. This will be helpful for you to compare with the chart that is mentioned below.

Inside Dia. Inside Circ. Size
14.1 44.2 3 F 44 4.25
14.5 45.5 3.5 G 45.5 5.5
14.9 46.8 4 H 47 6.75
15.3 48 4.5 I 48 8
15.7 49.3 5 J-1/2 50 9.25
16.1 50.6 5.5 K-1/2 51 10.5
16.5 51.9 6 L-1/2 52 11.75
16.9 53.1 6.5 M-1/2 53 13.25
17.3 54.4 7 N-1/2 54 14.5
17.7 55.7 7.5 O-1/2 56 15.75
18.1 57 8 P-1/2 57 17
18.5 58.3 8.5 Q-1/2 58 18.25
19 59.5 9 R-1/2 60 19.5
19.4 60.8 9.5 S-1/2 61 20.75
19.8 62.1 10 T-1/2 62 22
20.2 63.4 10.5 U-1/2 63 23.25
20.6 64.6 11 V-1/2 64 24.75
21 65.9 11.5 W-1/2 66 26
21.4 67.2 12 X-1/2 67 27.25
21.8 68.5 12.5 Z 68 28.5
22.2 69.7 13 Z+1 70 29.75
22.6 71 13.5 Z+1.5 71 31
23 72.3 14 Z+2 72 32.25
23.4 73.5 14.5 Z+2.5 73.5 33.5
23.8 74.8 15 Z+3 75 34.75

Other Tips

1) Measure your finger in warm temperatures at the end of the day.

2) If your knuckle is a lot larger than the base of your finger, measure both the base of your finger and your knuckle and select a size between the two.

3) When considering a wide band, move up a size from your measurement, for comfort’s sake.