Dermal Piercing

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What is Dermal Piercing?

Dermal piercings are different from traditional piercings. Traditional piercings are jewelry that goes into the skin in one place and comes out the other. Dermal piercings are fixed under the skin in one piece using single-surface titanium jewelry.

How is Piercing Made?

The area where the dermal piercing will be applied is cleaned and ensured that it is sterile.
After your skin is dry, it is marked with a pen or marker to ensure the piercing is applied in the right spot. The skin is punctured with a needle and removed. This process makes room for the anchor. This process makes room for the anchor. The doctor performing the Dermal Piercing will most likely use dental pliers to the anchor. The jewelry is pushed until it is completely set under the skin. Once the anchor is placed, it is screwed onto the jewelry. The same steps will be followed for dermal piercing with skin tapping, but the hole will be opened with a tap instead of a needle.

In Which Areas Can Dermal Piercings be Applied?

Dermal piercings can be done on any part of the body as long as the skin is flat.

Popular areas:

  • Cheekbone

  • Nape

  • Chest

  • Waist

  • Abdomen

  • Hip

What Kind of Dermal Should Be Preferred?

Consult your doctor for the following options:

  • Surgical titanium: if you have sensitive skin, titanium causes minimal irritation.
  • Surgical stainless steel: this is the most popular metal. Although considered hypoallergenic, there is a risk of irritation.
  • Niobium: another hypoallergenic metal that is seen as unlikely to corrode.
  • Gold: In gold, quality is important. Don't stay away from 14-carat yellow or white gold. Those over 18 carats are not solid. Jewelry placed in gold can cause infections and allergic reactions.

Damages of Dermal Piercing

As with any piercing practice, there are some risks involved in dermal piercing. Apart from the risk of the skin rejecting the piercing, the piercing can slip out if it is hit. Therefore, the area should be protected against impacts during the healing process. Even if there is no external impact, the skin may want to remove the piercing over time as it is a foreign substance. However, if you take care of your dermal piercing carefully, you can use your piercing for years.

Dermal Piercing Pros

One of the advantages of dermal piercing is that you can have it done on any part of your body. Wherever you want to highlight, you can get a dermal piercing. Whether you want it done on your neck and give it a necklace look, you can place it as a nice few drop next to your tattoo. To draw attention to your waist curve, you can have it done on your upper hip and make it look like a dimple.

Dermal Piercing care

If you want your dermal piercing to heal fast, you need regular care. In addition to protecting the area of your dermal piercing and keeping it clean, you also need to avoid nicotine use and follow a healthy diet. Considering that the piercing you have made is a wound, you should take the necessary precautions to heal the wound. You should touch the wound as little as possible and do not use soap for cleaning, salty water will be enough. Care with tea tree oil will also support the moisture of the area.

Healing process

  • Cover the area with a bandage for a few days

  • Wash your hands with antibacterial soap before touching the area.

  • Use clean towels every time you clean

  • Cleanse twice a day with sea salt or saline solution

  • Gently wipe off any crust that forms around it. 

  • If possible, keep the piercing dry while bathing.

  • Dry the area after each cleaning or bath



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