…be able to go through that or would it cause a problem?

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Friday September 28th, 2007 @ 5:52 PM

Filed under: Piercing

Hi, I really want to get my septum pierced but I have a lot of scar tissue on the inside of my nose from an operation - would the piercer be able to go through that or would it cause a problem?
Thank you!


It would really depend on your individual anatomy and the level of scarring, but I should think it would be possible. Go have a chat to a quality piercer and see what they think! It’s generally fine to pierce through scar tissue, although it may be a little more uncomfortable for a few seconds during the actual piercing.

Good luck with it! :)
- Lori St.Leone


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