EARS

 

EARLOBE

EARLOBE:  We treat the ear lobe just like any other piercing.  We follow the exact same universal precautions designed to prevent the transmission of HIV, Hepatitis and other blood borne pathogens.  We install the absolute best jewelry available on the market, made out of implant grade metals, palladium based gold, or Pyrex appropriately sized for the person who is receiving the piercing. Even if you have severe metal allergies, you don’t have to compromise your style.

With all that said – we DO NOT condone the use of ear piercing guns and will never, ever use one to pierce any part of any person’s body.  

Since we do not use ear-piercing guns, you have a wide range of jewelry options to choose from!  You can wear rings, circular barbells, straight barbells (these resemble “studs” from the front) or an array of glass plugs.   We have different metals, colors and sizes.  There truly are a lot of options!

Minimum healing time: 10 weeks

 

 

TRIPLE HELIX

HELIX:  Placed straight through the upper part of the ear cartilage, these piercings are so cool in that there are so many options for placement.  Each ear is individual and you can get creative with location, angle and jewelry options. We will work with you to find the best spot or spots for the piercing you desire. 

Helix piercings take a bit longer to heal than an earlobe and special care needs to be taken in order for them to look and feel their best. With some dedication on your part you can heal new piercings on both ears at the same time. It’s not a bad idea to have them done one ear at a time, however.  That way your tender piercings can heal without being aggravated by telephones or being slept on.

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

FORWARD HELIX

FORWARD HELIX: Following the curve of the helix until it connects with the head, the forward helix is a delicate and beautiful piercing.  With the correct anatomy, multiple piercings can be placed in this small area and with the multiple jewelry options available  the effect can be dramatic. Much like the traditional helix, special care needs to be observed during the healing process to help this piercing look and feel it’s best.

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

ANTI-HELIX

ANTI-HELIX: Also known as a SNUG. This piercing goes from the front side of the mid-helix through to the front side of the conch. They are almost always healed with a curved barbell with a good amount of extra length because they tend to swell up like little bananas.

Minimum healing time: 8 months

 

FLAT

FLAT: Placed in the flat part of the upper helix. This term is usually reserved for large gauge piercings. Large flat piercings should be considered permanent.

Minimum healing time: 8 months

 

TRIPLE CONCH

CONCH: Placed in the center of the ear between the anti-helix and daith, this piercing can be placed several different ways vertically or horizontally. It can be done as small as an 18 gauge or as large as the space in your ear allows. Generally maxing out around a 0 gauge for the initial piercing they can be stretched to an inch or more.

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

TRAGUS

TRAGUS: This attractive piercing is fairly common and is properly named after that specific part of the ear. Placed through the tragus (flappy thing in the front of the ear), these piercings are normally healed with a disk back labret stud or barbell and can be changed to a ring after it’s healed.  The plural form of tragus is tragi.

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

ANTI-TRAGUS

ANTI-TRAGUS: Placed through the hump of tissue above the ear lobe opposing the tragus.These piercings usually heal best with a curved barbell but can accommodate other types of jewelry once completely healed.

Minimum healing time: 6 months

 

DAITH

DAITH: Placed in the small part of the ear between the tragus and the rook. These piercings look great with a larger diameter ring but can also be healed with a curved or circular barbell or a smaller diameter ring.

Minimum healing time: 6 months

 

ROOK

ROOK: The rook is just behind the forward helix and above the daith and conch. These piercings heal the quickest with a curved barbell. Rings have a tendency to stick out like a door that is ajar so a circular piece of jewelry would be best worn after the piercing has completely healed.

Minimum healing time: 6 months

 

INDUSTRIAL

INDUSTRIAL:  The most traditional form of an industrial is a straight barbell through the upper forward helix continuing down to transverse through the mid-helix. However, “industrial” describes any two or more piercings in the ear connected by a single straight or curved barbell. There are a multitude of possibilities with this piercing.

Minimum healing time: 12 months

 

ORBITAL

ORBITAL:  Similar to the industrial, an orbital doesn’t have a particular placement in the ear. “Orbital” is generally used to describe any two or more piercings connected by a single ring.

Minimum healing time: 12 months

 

 

 

FACIAL


DOUBLE  EYEBROW

 EYEBROW: Eyebrow piercings are quick to heal and when placed correctly will compliment the shape of the face quite well. This piercing is usually healed with a curved barbell. Depending on anatomy, however, you may have the option of either a ring or even a straight barbell. We have many different options in each category for you to choose from.

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 

BRIDGE

BRIDGE:  Placed in the upper bridge of the nose between the eyes. Not everyone has appropriate anatomy for this piercing, but a well healed bridge piercing adorned with tasteful jewelry can be subtlety stunning.

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

NOSTRILS

NOSTRIL:  A nostril piercing can be delicate, bold or anywhere in between. We suggest that you leave your initial jewelry in for no less than 4 months ( 6 months is ideal ) before having your body piercer show you how to change it. The great thing about a nostril piercing is the vast amount of jewelry that can be worn in it. From nostril screws to flat-backs to rings you are sure to find something you love. 

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

SEPTUM

SEPTUM: The septum piercing is the only facial piercing that can be completely hidden from view (even during the initial healing process). Pierced through the soft thin piece of skin towards the tip of the nose, you can comfortably wear a retainer, circular barbell or a captive bead ring during the healing process. Quick to heal and relatively painless to receive the septum can truly compliment the right nose.

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 

ORAL

TONGUE

TONGUE: The tongue, just like all other oral piercings, is pierced with jewelry that is long enough to compensate for swelling.  As a result of this long jewelry tongue piercings get a bit of a bad reputation.  We cannot stress enough the importance of getting a shorter barbell post once your piercing is healed.  In order to receive the best fit we suggest that you wait 3-4 weeks to downsize.

Minimum healing time: 4 weeks

 

MONROE

MONROE: Sometimes called a Marilyn, is an upper lip piercing meant to resemble a Marilyn Monroe’s beauty mark.  Pierced with a disk back labret post, the Monroe is an attractive piercing that draws attention to the lips/mouth.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

CHEEK

CHEEK: These little dimple makers take a bit longer to heal than other oral piercings but with a little bit of patience & gentle care they will, more likely than not, make you very happy.

Minimum healing time: 12 months

 

DOUBLE LIP

LIP: Lip piercings are pierced below the lip line, either on the side or in the center.  When placed relatively close to the lip, a ring or circular barbell can be comfortably worn.  That is not to say that you can not wear a disk back labret post because those are really comfortable when placing the piercing a little bit lower.  We will show you your different options and discuss the pros and cons of each option depending on where you would like your piercing placed.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

LABRET

LABRET: Pronounced \La bret\ - get that “T” in there kids; there is nothing French about this piercing’s origins. The Labret can be placed either in the traditional center position with a disk back labret post or vertically with a curved barbell.

         We have a HUGE selection of jewelry and ends you can choose from to adorn your new piercing – gems, balls, domes, spikes, etc. etc. in a variety of sizes and colors.  You’re sure to find something that fits your personality.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

VERTICAL LABRET

VERTICAL LABRET: Normally pierced with a curved barbell.  The lower bead is normally placed below the bottom lip and the top ball is placed on top of the lip so that both beads are noticeable when your mouth is closed. 

Minimum healing time: 2 months  

 

PHILTRUM

 PHILTRUM: Also known as the Medusa, it is basically a labret piercing placed on the upper lip.

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 

 

SURFACE PIERCINGS and SURFACE ANCHORS

 

 

These piercings are Freaking Awesome, but should definitely not be entered into lightly because of the risk of rejection. With many piercings there is a chance that the body will add new layers of skin below the jewelry resulting in the piercing being sloughed off (rejected) but none so probable as a piercing placed on a flat surface.

         There are many “cute” names for these piercings (as well as others) but we’re just going to identify them by the jewelry that is inserted. 

      

 

SURFACE PIERCING

SURFACE PIERCING: This is pierced with a surface bar which is shaped like a staple and has two removable ends.  This piercing can easily be removed when the piercee is ready to be done with it by simply unscrewing the ends and taking the jewelry out.  The options for placement are slightly less than if a person chooses to wear a Surface Anchor. 

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

SURFACE ANCHOR

 SURFACE ANCHOR: Also known as a microdermal, this is a single point piercing.  These can not be removed easily and many times require the assistance of your body piercer. 

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

 BODY


HORIZONTAL NIPPLE

 NIPPLE: What can be said about the nipple piercing except, “Oh Yeah!”  When placed properly, these private little goodies increase sensitivity, look sexy and feel great!

         The type of jewelry that is best to wear during the healing process is really up to the individual’s anatomy.  We will go over jewelry options with you – ring vs. barbell – as well as diameter / gauge of jewelry to be worn.

         Many questions normally arise when talking about nipple piercings such as:

Can I still breastfeed? Yes  

Will the jewelry show through my clothes? Only if you want them to 

Does it hurt?  Yeah, but not as bad as you might think. Think of it like a titty twister or someone biting your nipple. 

We will go over every question you may have about receiving and healing your piercing.  We do like to talk about body piercings and we’re here to help.

                                  Minimum healing time: 6 months (female) 3 months (male) 

 

NAVEL

NAVEL: The navel piercing is perhaps one of the most recognized body piercings in western society dating back several decades.  Private, pretty and somewhat challenging to heal, the navel piercing can truly test one’s patience.

         Not every person is properly suited to receive a “traditional” navel piercing (top of the navel, centered vertically) and we have found that many people’s frustration with healing this piercing can be easily resolved by proper placement.  We will discuss with you, in detail, where the best spot on your body to place this piercing, provided you are built for it. We will also go over jewelry options and proper care to ensure you have the most trouble free healing process possible.

Minimum healing time: 6 months

 
 

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GENITALS

A genital piercing is often looked upon as being more painful or harder to heal than other piercings.  They really aren’t.  Our genitals are very vascular, which aids in healing, and since they are shielded by clothing they aren’t exposed to the environmental hazards that other parts of our body are. Of course that does not mean you should mistreat or neglect your new body piercing. By all means practice common sense!

Our genitals (much like our ears) are very unique to us.  A piercing that is suited for one person may not be comfortable for another.  With that in mind, our body piercers will work with you to find the piercing that is best for you. 

Before taking the plunge here are a few questions you should ask yourself: Are you interested in aesthetics or stimulation?  Are you considering getting another piercing in that area in the future?  Is this piercing for your enjoyment or for your partner?  These are just a few of the questions our piercers will ask you and of course any information you would like to offer will be helpful.  These answers will help us to determine the best placement in the area you would like pierced and the type of jewelry that will be most beneficial to all of those involved.

 


FEMALE GENITAL PIERCINGS


PHOTO COMING SOON

PHOTO COMING SOON

CHRISTINA: The Christina is an aesthetic surface piercing placed through the skin of the mons pubis exiting where the outer labia come to an apex.  Not every woman is “built” for this piercing and anatomy plays a big role on the placement and jewelry options.  We pierce and install either a curved barbell or an L-bar.  The ends of the barbell should not protrude (to help reduce the risk of migration) such as m&m ends, disks, domes or flat gems.

         A woman with the correct anatomy will have pronounced and pinchable skin at the apex of the outer labia.  This will aid (not guarantee) in the reduction of rejection.   The Christina, like the outer labia, heals slowly and special care needs to be taken to reduce the jewelry from being bumped around – a bit of common sense and diligent aftercare is all that is needed.

Minimum healing time: 8 months

 

TRIANGLE

TRIANGLE: The triangle piercing is the creme dela creme of female genital piercings. Placed so that the jewelry is below the clitoral hood behind the clitoris, the jewelry (either a captive bead ring or a circular barbell) provides stimulation by applying pressure to the underside of the clitoral shaft.  

Sadly only a few women are actually anatomically suited for the triangle piercing. The clitoral shaft needs to protrude out and away from the body so that the jewelry can be inserted underneath. The outer labia need to be on the smaller side (less dominate) to ensure the jewelry does not become sandwiched between them and twist uncomfortably to the side.  The shape of the thighs will also play a similar role in twisting. The folds of the inner labia can also play a role in placement. Your body piercer will discuss all of this with you.

A consultation is requested if you are interested in receiving a triangle piercing.

At this time you can interview one of our body piercers so that you are comfortable with him or her and their skill level, as this piercing is very difficult and potentially dangerous.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

VERTICAL CLITORAL HOOD

 VERTICAL CLITORAL HOOD: This is the most common female genital piercing we perform.  Placed on the piece of skin that covers the clitoris, the VCH is not only pretty to look at, it’s fun to own!

         Correct anatomy structure plays a big role in many genital piercings.  Given the natural vertical structure of the female genitals, most women are “built” for the VCH.  This piercing is surprisingly easy to receive and heals fast – two big factors to why it’s so popular!

         There are a few options regarding the type of jewelry you can wear in this piercing (curved barbell, straight barbell, circular barbell or ring) but not every style will necessarily be comfortable.  We will go over all of your options when you come in.  Initially, we just want your piercing to be comfortable and heal quickly – you can always “experiment” with different sizes or styles of jewelry once you’re healed.

         There is a wive’s tale connected with many female genital piercings (this one being no exception) that if you receive a genital piercing you could lose all clitoral sensation.  Provided that your piercing was performed by us or another reputable body piercer, this simply is not true. What we have found to be true is after years and years of wearing the VCH you may get used to the way it feels and don’t really notice that it’s there.  If that is the case, it may be time to try something new, maybe bigger balls, a longer post, a shorter post or a different design. Regardless of your choice, many times just sprucing things up will bring back that special feeling!

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 

HORIZONTAL CLITORAL HOOD

HORIZONTAL CLITORAL HOOD: This piercing is an aesthetically pleasing piercing that is placed on the piece of skin that covers the clitoris.  Normally pierced with a captive bead ring, the jewelry will lay flat to the body and the bead will rest just at the bottom of the opening of the clitoral hood.  This is another one of those piercings that is surprisingly easy to receive and heals quickly.

         In order to be anatomically suited for the HCH, the outer labia need to be less dominate and the hood needs to protrude a bit. This way, when in a sitting position, there is no threat of the jewelry being squished between the labia and twisting to the side.

If the look of a horizontal piercing is what you are interested in, but you are not built for it, your body piercer will work with you to find an alternative. Many times you can receive a similar appearance of the HCH with an inner or outer labia piercing.

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 

INNER LABIA

 INNER LABIA: This piercing can often times be placed in several different spots depending on your lifestyle and what your desired aesthetical goal is.  Your body piercer will explain your different placement options and together we can find placement that is not only comfortable but pretty to look at.

         It may be a good idea to avoid riding a bicycle, wearing tight jeans or thongs for the first week or two after receiving this piercing.   This vascular area has a tendency to swell (which can be soothed with a mild, non-iodized sea salt bath) but eliminating undue outer pressure will help to eliminate excessive swelling.

         Labia piercings can be done singularly or in pairs.  The skin of the inner labia is thin and soft making this piercing surprisingly easy to receive and quick to heal.  We normally use captive bead rings for this piercing but if you have your heart set on a different style we can discuss the pros and cons when you come in.

Minimum healing times: 2 months

 

DOUBLE HORIZONTAL OUTER LABIAS

OUTER LABIA: A few things need to be considered when choosing placement for this attractive piercing such as; where do your thighs touch, are you planning on receiving multiple piercings and of course general anatomy plays a big part on placement. With these things in mind we can help you decide on whether or not this piercing is right for you.

         The outer labia does take longer to heal than the inner labia but avoiding outer pressure and irritants (riding bicycles, wearing tight jeans or thongs during, etc) will greatly ease discomfort during the healing process. Diligent soaking in a mild, non-iodized sea salt bath, avoiding oral contact and rough play will put you on the road to quick healing.

We normally pierce and install 12g captive bead rings in the outer labia.

If you would prefer a thicker gauge or different jewelry options we can discuss the pros and cons of starting off large as opposed to stretching the piercing once it’s healed.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

FOURCHETTE

FOURCHETTE: The fourchette is placed where the inner labia come together at the bottom of the vaginal opening.  Many women (but not all) have enough pinchable skin in that area to place a piece of jewelry meant to stimulate both partners during vaginal intercourse. 

         The fourchette is surprisingly easy to receive and quick to heal with the down side of having a risk of (painlessly) rejecting.  We pierce and install either a small diameter captive bead ring or a barbell (straight or curved depending on anatomy).  Special care needs to be taken during the healing process to ensure comfort.  This would include eliminating outer pressure or snagging caused from thong panties and excessive pressure during intercourse.

Minimum healing time: 4 months

 

 

MALE GENITAL PIERCINGS



PRINCE ALBERT

 PRINCE ALBERT: The Prince Albert is the most common male genital piercings that we perform.  This scary looking piercing is surprisingly easy to receive and quick to heal.  The PA is pierced through the thinnest piece of tissue on the underside of the penis where the shaft and the head meet.   The jewelry passes through the skin, rests within the urethra and sticks out the tip of the urethra opening.

         Healing a PA can be uncomfortable if you are uncircumcised.  Many times if the foreskin isn’t too snug over the head you can comfortably heal with a curved barbell.  Our body piercers will check your tissue and give you our professional opinion.  If you aren’t suited for this piercing we will not perform it.  We will however offer a different, equally attractive, piercing if you are interested – such as a foreskin or lorum piercing.

         The post pierced PA quite often bleeds intermittently for several days.  Your body piercer will educate you on what you will likely experience, for how long and how to care for your new piercing.  This post piercing bleeding is something to keep in mind when planning to receive your piercing.  An example would be; don’t plan on receiving your PA the day before you’re about to run a marathon.  We have found that it is best to receive this attractive piercing before your weekend.  That way you can take things nice and slow and care for your piercing properly. 

         You have a few different jewelry options with the PA – captive bead ring, circular barbell or curved barbell – we will show you your different options and discuss the pros and cons of each.   We will also discuss the ease of stretching this piercing, if you choose to, once it’s healed and the down side of having a urethral piercing – leaking.  And what you can do about it. 

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 Alternate Placement:  The DOLPHIN PIERCING is placed further down the shaft and the jewelry is threaded between it and the traditionally placed PA.  Normally pierced with a curved barbell or with Tygon, this piercing heals just as quickly as a traditional PA but is not without its own “challenges”.  When you come in we will discuss your different jewelry options and the pros and cons of each.  

 
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REVERSE PRINCE ALBERT: The reverse PA is basically an upside down PA although this more intense piercing passes through the glans instead of a thin piece of skin.  Essentially an upper apadravya, this slower healing piercing is normally pierced with a curved barbell.  Other options, such a captive bead ring or circular barbell, can be discussed but are normally better to wear after the piercing is healed.

         This piercing requires patience and diligent aftercare in order to heal nicely, but all who have taken the plunge and seen it through have nothing but positive things to say about this attractive piercing.  A big plus of choosing the reverse PA over the traditional PA is the absence of leaking while you urinate.    The tissue remains tight around the jewelry and doesn’t stretch on it’s own like a traditional PA.

Minimum healing time: 2 months

 

FRENUM LADDER

FRENUM: The frenum is the second most common male genital piercing we perform.  Traditionally pierced horizontally through the skin on the underside of the shaft of the penis, the frenum is surprisingly easy to receive and fun to own (for you and your partner). 

         A frenum is normally placed about a 1/2" down the shaft on the underside.  Non-traditional placement along the sides or top is possible with varying results and a greater risk of migration or rejection. 

         We pierce the frenum with straight barbells normally in 10g. If a larger gauge is more to your liking we can discuss the pros and cons of doing so with you. We can also discuss different jewelry options (such as a frenum loop) if you’re interested in changing the jewelry once it’s healed.

A FRENUM LADDER is the term used to describe multiple frenum piercings in a row. Frenum ladders can be anywhere from three or four piercings to dozens depending on your desired outcome. Time and patience is needed if you desire a frenum ladder just to ensure proper healing.  We prefer to pierce no more than 4 at a time.  Your happy, healthy piercings will thank you for your patience.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

AMPALLANG

AMPALLANG: The ampallang (pronounced “am/puh/LANG”) is a horizontal piercing through the head of the penis. Placement can vary and one is not necessarily better than the other although many gentlemen have found that when placed through the urethra healing times are greatly reduced. The discomfort from receiving a piercing above or through the urethra is the same with the biggest difference (besides healing times) being aesthetics. 

A 10g straight barbell is the most common piece of jewelry we use. If you are interested, we can discuss the pros and cons of using something thinner or thicker when you come in.  The barbell will be long while you are flaccid and become snug when erect.

This piercing is intense to receive and slow to heal – patience and diligent cleaning will reward you with an attractive, pleasurable piercing.  Abstinence is not necessary during the entire healing period (6-9 months) but we do suggest that you abstain for the first few weeks and always wear   condoms during the remaining healing duration.

 Minimum healing time: 6 months

 

APADRAVYA

APADRAVYA: This is a vertical piercing through the head of the penis.  Placement is normally through the glans near the corona and exits where a PA would be.  Spraying is not a concern with this piercing, like with the PA, as the tissue surrounding the barbell is tight. A 10g barbell is the most common piece of jewelry we use.  The post will be long while you are flaccid and become snug when erect.    

         This piercing is intense to receive and slow to heal – patience and diligent cleaning will reward you with an attractive, pleasurable piercing.  Abstinence is not necessary during the entire healing period (6-9 months) but we do suggest that you abstain for the first few weeks and always wear condoms during the remaining healing duration. 

Minimum healing time: 6 months

 

 

DOUBLE DYDOE

 DYDOE: This is a piercing placed through the coronal ridge of the penis.  Not every man has a corona that is pronounced enough to receive a dydoe and migration and rejection is a possibility for even the most adequately suited.

         This piercing is normally done in pairs with either 14 or 12g barbells although it is not uncommon for a man to receive a single piercing dead center if his anatomy permits.  These sensitive piercings are slow to heal and we strongly suggest that you wear a condom during intercourse for the entire healing period.

Minimum healing time: 6 months

 
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PHOTO COMING SOON

 LORUM: This is a horizontal piercing placed at the natural fold that divides the shaft of the penis from the scrotal sack.  The jewelry that is traditionally worn is either a 10g captive bead ring or a curved barbell although, if you were to place it a bit higher (very low frenum), a barbell can be worn comfortably.  We will discuss placement with you and your different jewelry options when you come in.  The lorum is another one of those piercings that is surprisingly easy to receive and fun to own.

Minimum healing time: 3 months  

 

SCROTUM LADDER

SCROTUM: This piercing is an aesthetically pleasing piercing normally placed along the midline of the scrotal sack.  This piercing can be placed as high or low as you would like but do take into consideration of where the jewelry will rest against clothing and how body motion will affect the area.

          This piercing is placed through the surface tissue and does not penetrate the interior scrotal sack.  You have many different jewelry options – captive bead ring, circular barbell, straight barbell or curved barbell.  We will discuss your different options with you and show you examples.  Many times placement of the piercing will determine which style will be appropriate.

Alternate placement: When a scrotum piercing is placed on the upper side(s) in the natural folds it is traditionally called a Hafada.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

TRIPLE GUICHE

 Guiche: The guiche (pronounced “geesh”) is a horizontally piercing located between the scrotum and the anus. This piercing provides pleasure to the wearer when placed correctly by stimulating the prostate when the jewelry is played with. 

         You have a few different jewelry options, captive bead ring or curved barbell, and we will discuss them with you to find something that will not only be comfortable during healing but feel good also. Once you are healed you can experiment with weights or larger gauged jewelry which also help to increase the sensation.

         You’re going to need to avoid riding a bike, wearing tight clothing or other things that will put undue pressure on the jewelry. This piercing (like all others) will heal its best if kept clean and dry. We will discuss a few different ways this can be done when you come in to see us.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 
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PHOTO COMING SOON

 PUBIC: This is a surface piercing placed at the base of the penis in the natural fold where the shaft meets the torso.  This piercing is attractive to look at and is pleasurable for your partner.

Because this is a surface piercing it is prone to migration or rejection.  The type of jewelry to be worn is normally a surface bar, which isn’t the most stimulating for your partner, but does give this piercing the greatest chance of healing.  You can change the jewelry to a ring, circular barbell or captive circular barbell once it’s healed.

Minimum healing time: 3 months

 

 

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