To get a finger piercing, decide whether to get a dermal or surface piercing, go to a professional to have the piercing done, and take care of the finger afterward. Initial healing takes about 10 weeks, but the piercing can take six months to a year to heal completely.Know More
Look for piercers online, and check out their reviews. Inspect the shop of any prospective piercer to make sure it is clean and professional.
Choose either a dermal or surface piercing, and make an appointment with the chosen piercer. A finger piercing should take a bit longer than a standard surface piercing.
The piercer should provide aftercare information. Follow any information provided to avoid infection. Soak the piercing in sea salt and warm water solution frequently. Take care not to accidentally pull the piercing out.
Dermal piercings are available at most tattoo and piercing parlors. A needle is inserted into the skin and removed through another, creating a perforation. The dermal anchor goes into the perforation under the skin, and the jewelry attaches to the anchor.Full Answer >
Whether it's because of pregnancy or distaste of your piercing, there are many reasons to take out your navel piercing. The key is using a gentle hand to be sure not to rip the already sensitive piercing site.Full Answer >
Anywhere on the head where hair does not obstruct the piercing process, a piercing can be made. There are nine primary types of head and facial piercings. Most have sub-types that describe their appearance and position in greater detail.Full Answer >
To get a uvula piercing, find a piercer who is experienced and comfortable with uvula piercing and schedule an appointment. The piercer should use a clamp-and-pierce method placed high on the uvula for best results. Uvula piercing comes with risks of infection, blockage of the airway, rejection and having the piercing become stuck in the throat.Full Answer >