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logo.gifSurface piercing, is a new type of piercing which involves piercing areas of the body which usually would not be to be able to be pierced and healed with conventional piercing jewelry and techniques.

A surface piercing is a piercing that is place on flatter parts of the body, some examples are, nape piercing a piercing which is place on the back of the neck from the nape of the hair line down ward, sternum, chest, below the navel horizontally, and the hips to name just a few.

Surface piercing is usually performed with surface barbells or micro dermals, both types of jewelry are specially suited to this type of procedure and are designed for the best possible healing. We do not use PTFE or TYGON for any surface applications.

Surface piercing, is a new type of piercing which involves piercing areas of the body which usually would not be to be able to be .pierced and healed with conventional piercing jewelry and techniques.

A surface piercing is a piercing that is place on flatter parts of the body, some examples are, nape piercing a piercing which is place on the back of the neck from the nape of the hair line down ward, sternum, chest, below the navel horizontally, and the hips to name just a few.

Surface piercing is usually performed with surface barbells or micro dermals, both types of jewelry are specially suited to this type of procedure and are designed for the best possible healing. We do not use PTFE or TYGON for any surface applications

surface.jpgSurface piercing are prone to rejection usually due to poor placement, or poor jewelry style and material, for example, ptfe which is a flexible medical grade material which is flexible is usually over sized by most piercers, and although flexible does not usually create an easier healing process as the jewelry creates unnecessary pressure on the entry and exit of the piercing which can cause irritation and rejection. Tygon another medical grade  flexible material has the same adverse effect on surface piercings with the added bonus of the jewelry needing to be changed out every three months due to it becoming brittle and stiff over that period of time.
Other factors factors that can contribute to a bad healing surface piercing are, poor aftercare advice and follow through of aftercare and high irritation to the area.  These are just a few reasons that surface piercing can reject but are not limited to only the above mentioned reason.

We strongly advise you to research your options, suitability are practicality or surface piercing in your day to day life as these piercings are one of the hardest piercings to heal, and can take up to 12 months or longer to completely heal.
We at polymorph are always open for consultations and regular check ups so feel free to call or drop us an email.

 
 
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