After we have pierced your new piercing in our studio, the healing time begins for you.
During the healing of your new piercing you must follow some rules in dealing with your piercing and keep your piercing clean.
Everything you need to know about this will be discussed in detail with you at your piercing appointment and we will answer any questions you may have.
After two weeks you can come back for your regular check-up appointment, where we will have another look at your piercing and answer any further questions you may have.
Of course, you can come back as often as you like during the entire healing period, we will be at your side for the entire healing process.
After your appointment with us, you will receive a card with all the important care instructions that we have discussed before. Here we also enter all the individual information for your new piercing.
Such a card is of course sometimes lost, so we have uploaded it here again for you.
General piercing aftercare
Oral piercing aftercare
The exact healing time of your new piercing depends on many factors, especially on your handling of the piercing. Here we have summarized the average, minimum healing times for most piercings, but your individual healing time may differ, so you need a little patience!
We strongly advise against removing or changing the piercing jewelry before the end of the healing time, this often causes annoying complications!
|ca. 3 Months|
|Bridge||ca. 4 Months|
|Ear cartilage (Helix, Tragus, Rook, Conch, Antritragus, Snug)|
|ca. 6-9 Months|
|Industrial||min. 9 Months|
Body & Genitals
|Surface||ca. 3 Months|
|Genital standard (clitoral hood, Labia, Frenum, Lorum, Hafada, Pubic, Guiche)|
|ca. 3-4 Months|
|ca. 6 Months|
|ca. 6-9 Months|