Master Piercing is Educating Readers About The Different Types of Piercings

Master Piercing, a blog that shares body piercing ideas along with pictures and helpful tips, is educating its readers about the different kinds of popular piercings that they can get.

The blog is chock full of information about different kinds of piercings. It details ear piercings such as rook piercing, barbell piercing, double ear piercing, industrial piercing, orbital piercing, double cartilage or double helix piercing, earlobe piercing, auricle piercing, helix piercing, and snug piercing. It also details surface piercings such as outie belly button piercing, nose bridge piercing, neck piercing, micro dermal piercing, Madison piercing, double belly button piercing, bottom belly button piercing, back dimple piercing, and vampire bites piercing. The blog also shares details of facial piercings such as snake eyes piercing or horizontal tongue piercing, snakebite piercing, labret or bottom lip piercing, anti-eyebrow piercing, Monroe piercing, nose piercing, double nostril piercing, eyebrow piercing, shark bite piercing, and chin piercing. The blog also includes articles about oral piercings such as tongue piercing, cyber bite piercing, tongue web piercing, uvula piercing, tooth or dental piercing, and venom piercing.

The blog explains each of the aforementioned types of piercing in exhaustive detail giving additional information such as the procedure that is used to carry out the piercing, how painful it might be, the healing time required, the best way to care for the affected area while it is healing, the cleanliness and hygiene requirements to avoid infections, the possible risks, and complications with the procedure, the type of jewelry that works well with each of the piercings, and finally the estimated costs that one can expect to pay for each of them.

A chest piercing is a dermal piercing that is located just above the sternum or chest area, in the central region on the breastbone below the neck. A chest piercing is also known as a pre-sternum or chest dermal piercing. They are also known as cleavage piercings for females. They can be oriented either horizontally or vertically, based on the person’s preference. Getting a chest piercing requires some form of loose skin in the chest area. They are slightly more painful compared to other types of surface piercing. The person can expect some form of swelling, high temperature in the pierced area, pus discharge, foul smell, twinge, and redness after the procedure. The total healing time is anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. The most popular kinds of jewelry options for chest piercings are bead rings, staples, surface bars, curved barbells, and skin divers. The size of the ornaments in the few days after the procedure should be small, ideally between 1.2mm to 1.4mm. The person can go for larger jewelry after the wound recovers. The material of the jewelry should ideally be hypoallergic and non-corrosive such as gold, sterling silver, surgical steel, titanium, or niobium. They cost anywhere from $40 to $120 in an elite salon.

An anti-tragus piercing is a unique form of ear piercing where the inner ear cartilage is pierced adjacent to the lobe and the tragus. The tragus is a prominence on the inner side of the external ear, in front of and partly closing the passage to the ear’s interior. The blog post mentions that this type of piercing does not suit everyone. Those who have an overlap or more skin in the inward part of the ear are suitable candidates for it. The procedure is known to be painful as it pierces the cartilage. There is also a minimal amount of bleeding that stops after a couple of hours. Redness and swelling of the area are expected. If the piercing gets infected, it can lead to excessive redness or discharge of yellow pus from the piercing. The piercing takes a long time to heal with expected recovery times being anywhere from 9 to 12 months. Wearing micro jewelry after the procedure can help one facilitate the healing process. The barbell is the most preferred type of jewelry for an anti-tragus piercing.


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