Surface Anchors

  • A relatively new piercing, the surface anchor is the most successful form of surface piercing we have seen.
  • The rejection rate is getting less and less as techniques and jewelry are perfected.
  • Scarring can vary from person to person, and they are not particularly care intensive.
  • Simply soak and/or spray to remove crusted material. Do not use q-tips to remove debris.
  • It is imperative to keep surface anchors from snagging on anything.

Additional Tips

Protecing the Piercing

Some people place and large band-aid over the surface anchor during the first two weeks of healing to keep it flush against the body while the skin tightens around the post; use the kind that are sticky all the way around.

Do not get confused, these piercings are not permanent.

  • Surface piercings do not have a traditional enter-exit point. That means these piercings are under the surface of your skin which makes them slightly unstable and unpredictable.
  • In the time we have been open, we have seen surface piercings last anywhere from one month- 10+ years. It’s all based on a number of factors including how many times you snag the piercings, how many times you change the top, how heavy the top is, etc.
  • Surface piercings will come out at some point in the future.

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