What Is a Body Piercing?

A body piercing is just what it sounds like — a piercing or puncture made in the body by a needle. After that, a piece of jewelry is inserted in the hole. Commonly pierced body parts are the ears, nose, and the belly button. Oral piercings include the lip, cheek, and tongue.
When a piercing is healed, some people will choose to expand the size of the hole to wear certain types of jewelry, including plugs and tunnels. Stretching should be done in small increments to decrease the chance of damage to the piercing and scarring.
Whether you’re tiptoeing into the world of body art with a classic earlobe piercing or diving right in with something more exotic, getting pierced for the first time is a big deal.
After you’ve figured out what your tragus is, it’s important to gather the facts about what the process of getting a piercing will be like and what you should expect afterward.
Here are the most important things to know before getting a piercing.
Remember that your body behaves as a complete, synchronized machine. To give your piercing the best start focus on your health:
_Sleep well
_Eat well
_Reduce drug or alcohol intake
_Try to RELAX
_Eat a nutritious meal or snack within 2 hours of your piercing appointment.
_Arrive well hydrated. This means drinking enough water (12Litres/per day). Coffee and soft drinks/sodas don’t count! _Imagine the best possible result from your piercing. There is no reason for this to fail if you choose your Piercer carefully.

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Piercing types

Piercing types:

  • Ear piercing
  • Nose piercing
  • Belly piercing

Ear piercing

Ear piercing can be safe and simple, but there are some important guidelines to follow when you get it done. If you know what to expect during the piercing and how to take care of your ear afterward, you’ll cut your chances of infection.

How does ear piercing work?

Depending on where you go for your piercing, and the part of your ear that you choose, a professional with a needle or piercing gun marks a spot and creates a hole. The piercer then places an earring in the hole.

Will you feel pain?

Yes, at least a little. But it’s rare to need anesthesia.

Will you bleed?

Possibly. A little bleeding is normal.

Ear Piercings
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Nose piercing

The cartilaginous structure that covers the nostril is the most common area for a nose piercing.

Other nose piercings are through the columella, a cartilaginous structure that separates the right and left sides of the nose.

This piercing is known as a septum piercing. Piercings are also done on the Third Eye and bridge of the nose.

How does nose piercing work?

This type of piercing is done by having the piercer mark the spot and thread a needle through , pushing a piece of jewelry behind it to seal the piercing. Nostril piercings tend to be placed in the nostril’s crease but can be placed wherever looks best, depending on style and nose structure.

Will you feel pain?

Yes, at least a little. But it’s rare to need anesthesia. Will you bleed  Possibly. A little bleeding is normal.

Belly piercing

Belly button piercings have been popular for a long time and for good reason. Considering the piercing is fairly painless due to a fleshy placement and easy to take care of since you don’t have to look in a mirror to see it, they’re a great choice that has endured the test of time.

How does belly piercing work?

If you come here to get your piercing, a trained piercer will pass a sterile, hollow needle through the loose skin of your navel…. Your piercer will mark the spot to be pierced. You’ll feel a sharp pinch and can expect a small amount of blood. The jewelry you choose will go through this new opening.

Will you feel pain?

Belly button piercings are considered the second least painful piercings after ear piercings. That’s because the thick tissue left behind from when your umbilical cord was removed is flesh and not very nerve dense.

Will you bleed?

It’s normal for a white or yellow-colored fluid (not pus) to ooze from your new piercing.

Belly piercing

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