Tips to Avoid Rejection / Migrating a Piercing

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A risk of surface piercings is migration and rejection Jewel by your body. You're introducing a foreign object and is easier to eject the piercing heal around it. It occurs more in surface piercing in piercing or ear cartilage. To avoid this you should keep certain things in mind:

The place of your piercing: A piercing in a place with a lot of movement, where the skin is firm and receiving blows or pressure is a good candidate to be rejected. In situations how are you it becomes very important that your piercer has experience and the jewel is adequate The jewel that you use: You can not be a gem with a very small diameter, for these piercings jewelry is best to use 1.63mm diameter onwards. The more inert material, better not want to give your body more reasons to reject it, opt for titanium jewelry and some plastics, such as nylon or Tygon. The shape is very important, it can cause pressure on the piercing and promote migration, curves, flexible and bar area will always be greater than the straight bars. Healing time: The piercings who linger long to heal are more likely to migrate, as this process occurs most of all during this time. To improve your probablidas Remember to clean and disinfect, do not want to give them more reasons to your body. Also if after healing, you stick and trauma causes, you can cause migration. The technique of your drill: Choose a driller who has experience and can demonstrate that you have had success with this type of piercing. I

With this in mind you improve your probablidad lot of successful drilling. But the truth is that the most important thing is to go where a reliable drill and knows what he does. Good luck