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Dermal Anchor Piercing

  1. Recently there has been a new trend in piercing, namely the Dermal Anchor Piercing, also known as micro dermal piercing. This mini implant is a unique body decoration, which can be placed on its own or in combination with a tattoo.

Dermal Anchor Piercing

  1. The dermal anchor piercing is an excellent alternative for the faster growing surface piercing. The gem consists of a titanium plate with an upright bar on which you can screw a swarovski stone or other gem, which will be visible on the skin. The plate contains a number of holes so that scar tissue can grow, thus providing extra anchoring.

Procedure

  1. With the help of a needle, the plate of 2 mm wide and 7 mm long is placed in the dermis. The needle is inserted slightly at an angle to make room for the picture. The plate with the long piece is pushed under the skin first through the opening. By stretching the hole a bit in one smooth movement and at the same time pushing the short piece downwards, the plate gets under the skin so that only the rod is still visible.

Care

  1. After the dermal anchor piercing has been placed, the skin around it can turn red and swell. The healing time of a microdermal, between six and eight weeks, depends on various factors, which are largely in your own hands. The hole made to put your piercing should be considered and treated as a wound. For that you have to follow some rules:

  2. After the dermal anchor piercing has been placed, the skin around it may turn red and swell. The healing time of a microdermal, between six and eight weeks, depends on several factors, which are largely in your control. The hole made to put your piercing should be considered and treated as a wound. For that you have to follow some rules:



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