dermal piercing

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Sunday September 16th, 2012 @ 3:20 PM

Filed under: Piercing

I have a dermal in my chest (almost in between but right above my breast) and the bottom of the anchor is slightly sticking out. Its broken the skin where you can see a small silver line. I am not sure if I should go into a shop and ask for it to be removed so it can heal and I can start over or is it possible to have them push the bottom part back in, bandage it down so it can heal over it again?

Once it has broken through the skin there isn’t a very good chance of saving it. I would return to your shop and have it removed before it rejects anymore. Removing it early in the rejection process will cut down on the scar tissue and make for an easier repiercing.

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One Response to “dermal piercing”

  1. Unfortunately I believe it has to go. Basically right now there’s a direct tunnel from the outside world in- I had this happen to me too once (you could see the implant through the skin) and was told the chances of it healing are slim to none. I’d also chat to a doc about the chance of infection (or already infected- mine was when it broke the skin.) and possible antibiotics for that.

    August on September 24th, 2012 at 11:40 pm

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