Dermal Piercing: procedure and the most trendy ones
What is a dermal piercing?
How are these types of piercings done?
As we have mentioned, this type of piercing is different from what we commonly know since there is no exit point, it is for this reason that the procedure of dermal piercing is also done in a different way.
Let’s see how do dermal piercings work. It is necessary and very important to comment that to perform a common piercing, a dermal piercing, or any type of modification it is necessary to go to a specialized center that complies with all the necessary measures.
As with a normal piercing, the area where the piercing is to be placed must be cleaned. Also, a point is usually made as a guide to ensure greater accuracy.
To do this, what is known as a dermal punch or circular scalpel is used because it is necessary to extract a small piece of skin. Through this small extraction, what is done is to create a small hole in the skin where the jewel and therefore the piercing will be placed.
After having made this small hole, another tool will be used to create a kind of bag where the anchor will be inserted later. Using forceps, the anchor base plate is inserted into the pocket or hole that was created earlier. At this time, the anchor must be pushed inwards, making sure that it is completely below the skin and parallel to the surface.
To finish this whole process, the jewel is included and screwed to the anchor to ensure that it remains fixed. Some professionals decide to place the jewel before performing the entire procedure so that it is already installed from the beginning.
How does it have to be cured?
Types of micro dermal jewelry
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