Also known as a back piercing, a back dimple piercing will perforate the lower back, somewhat above the hip.
This piercing, popular amongst teens, can be seen when either low-rise skirts, shorts, or denim jeans are worn.
The typical back dimple piercing prices
The expense of a back dimple piercing will considerably depend upon the piercer you work with, your geographical location, and the piece of jewelry you pick. In many cases, if you were to pick a very standard piece of jewelry, the whole procedure, including this jewelry, can cost $40 to $80; nevertheless, if you were to change your jewelry with a stainless-steel piece or even a gold one, then the expenses might considerably increase. For many, however, a basic surface area bar, dermal anchor, or barbell will be sufficient.
According to one person on a Yahoo! Answers thread, it ended up costing them $45 per piercing.
The piercing process
Before the piercer starts their work, they will first need to know precisely where you will want the piercing as the places can differ. Having this info, they will mark the location with a marker to confirm your choice.
Having the location marked and confirmed by you, they will then proceed to stretch the skin utilizing a clamp and will press a hollow, sterilized needle or dermal punch through your skin.
After it’s all said and done, the fashion jewelry, typically a barbell or surface area bar, is placed and the opposite side is pierced.
Is it an uncomfortable experience?
According to those who got this kind of piercing, the results are pretty mixed. Some note that if you can take some level of pain, it should not be a problem for you, while others say you will feel a stinging feeling, which can cause swelling and inflammation, lasting for a couple of days. To some, this can be pretty unpleasant. The recovery, typically, will take about 30 to 90 days to fully heal.
You should always try to avoid touching the freshly pierced places with your bare hands. If you need to, you should always be sure you fully clean your hands before doing so.
To clean up the piercing, you can do so by utilizing a cotton ball dipped in warm water with salt. You can also wash the piercing utilizing an aftercare spray.
The same as with touching, make sure to avoid utilizing any sort of cream, sprays, moisturizers, and/or lotions which might lead to inflammation of the area.
Things to remember
With a back dimple piercing, the area can be a bit of an inconvenience to some. For instance, this type of piercing can frequently get caught in your jeans, leading to quite a bit of discomfort. It can also end up being very irritated as it rubs against any pieces of clothes around that place, also leading to some discomfort.
Being a tough to reach area, modifying, and/or cleaning up the piercing can be pretty difficult. Be prepared to ask for help with this quite a lot.
If you do not take the best of care of your piercings as you should, your body might reject it, making it very hard to keep it in place.