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It is a type of surface piercing done on the collarbone area. A lesser seen piercing, collar bone surface piercing suits people who do not wear neck accessories.

Only a highly trained piercer can carry out the process with absolute precision and expertise. On either side of the collarbone, the entry and exit points are marked with a surgical marking pen after cleaning the area. A large, sterile needle is pushed gently through the skin. The jewelry is then inserted after pulling out the needle.
It takes 6-8 weeks for the piercing to undergo complete healing.
If you do not clean the piercing regularly, then it has a high possibility of getting infected. Besides redness and painful swelling, pus discharge from an infected pierced region is common. Another major complication of brooch piercing is jewelry rejection and migration. If you experience soreness and constant irritation near the pierced site, then get the jewelry removed from the piercing parlor as any further delay may result in scarring.
Although this unique type of piercing is painful, it might hurt less if you have a high pain threshold. Minor bleeding occurs soon after the piercing is done, but it stops after a while.
Wash your hands before touching or cleaning the pierced area. Dip a cotton ball in warm saline water and lightly press it against the piercing. Use a mild soap to rinse the piercing while bathing. Pat dry the pierced spot using a clean paper towel. Do not use any disinfectant solution to clean the pierced region. Avoid wearing high-neck dresses, neck scarves, and loose necklaces that rub against the piercing. Do not apply makeup, ointments, lotions, and creams on the piercing. Do not remove or replace the jewelry
As surface piercings are generally less painful, you might not face any difficulty going through this procedure. However, for the first few days you might experience some swelling and soreness that subsides without causing any trouble.
It is a type of surface piercing done on both sides of the pelvic region near the hip bone. A trendy and bold form of body modification, is opted by those interested to make a unique style statement.
Prior to the procedure, the piercer cleans the pelvic area and marks the entry and exit holes with a surgical marker. The desired piercing site needs to be pinched for allowing the hollow, sterilized needle to pass through the skin smoothly. The jewelry is then carefully inserted into the piercing.
Dip a sterilized cotton ball in warm saltwater for cleaning the piercing. Use an antibacterial soap for rinsing the pierced area while taking bath. Pat the piercing dry with clean, disposable paper towels. Avoid applying lotions, antibacterial ointments, moisturizers, body sprays, and makeup on the pierced hips. Wear loose-fitting clothes to prevent the jewelry from getting stuck
Surface barbells made of titanium or surgical steel are recommended for hip piercings. High quality long plastic surface bars can also be used to minimize the pressure on the pierced hips, reducing the risk of rejection. Being a surface piercing, it is not suitable for rings.
It might take almost a year for the piercing to heal completely.
During the healing period, proper care of the piercing is important as the risk of infection increases due to regular movement of the hips. If there is intense swelling, redness, and yellow discharge at the piercing site then get in touch with a doctor. In some cases, increased sensitivity of the skin towards foreign objects may result in rejection of the jewelry.

In this type of perforation, the piercer will dirt-free your skin, however, it is always preferred to wash the area with soap before you head for piercing. A professional piercer offers valuable advice on the appropriate jewelry gauge, material and shape for your particular piercing. Before insertion, be rest assured that the item is mirrored finish, free from surface scratches and is infection-free.

In order to scale down the possibility of rejection, sterilizing the surface piercing is a good move. A saline solution or a non-iodized sea salt solution is the best and recommended way to clean the piercing without agitating it. For the initial few weeks, the piercing should be cleaned 2-3 times a day. To avoid any complication or problem, follow your aftercare instructions for the next six months without fail. Healing for the neck area is slow in comparison to other parts of the body, hence adhering to the aftercare instructions will work in favor of you.

These types of surface piercings have high migration rate and rejection, on account of natural movement/ flexibility of the body area. 3 out of 10 people heal completely, rest are left with infection.
There are certain facts about Madison Piercing you should be acquainted with, some of them include: Many Madison piercings are vulnerable to rejection or migration, even though you follow a strict aftercare regime. Do not change your jewelry until your piercing is properly healed and is ready to accept the change of jewelry. To reduce the scarring effects, remove the piercing when it is rejected for the first time.
It is a type of perforation that is placed horizontally, just a little above the center position of the collarbone. As per various piercers, such type of surface piercings report of high rate of migration and rejection. Due to its placement, this type of perforation is often worded as ‘Jugular Notch Piercing’.
Madison Piercing is a perforation of the collar bone area. Piercing of such an area can be tad painful. The skin in the area is far more sensitive than that of wrist or belly, hence the pain sensation is bit more. Although it gives an edge to you bare clavicle, this type of piercing takes pretty long to heal.
This form of body surface piercing often leads to migration, potential impact damage and a scratch mark when it is removed from its position. Hence, it is imperative for you to take care of such piercings, if you want to avoid holes on your precious neck.
The initial jewelry for such form of piercing is usually a surface bar, however, in few cases flexible barbell, CBR or curved barbell jewelry is also preferred. Typically, the jewelry for such piercings depends on the placement.  As per professionals, the surface bar inserts more tension at the ends of the fistula, increasing the possibility of rejection.
The healing time for such form of piercing can run from weeks to months, or in few cases never heal at all. Hence, it becomes your primary duty to follow your aftercare instructions without fail. Make sure you do not hang anything from your piercing, or it may take long to heal.
Belly Button Piercing or Navel Piercing is not actually done on the belly button, but the skin surrounding it. It is believed that the Pharaohs invented it to symbolize their courage and later bikinis popularized it. One of the advantages is that one can easily hide it underneath clothes. You can show it off whenever you want or keep it private. The procedure is fairly safe and less painful if you find a professional piercer and hygienic piercing studio.
Horizontal Navel piercing or bottom belly button piercing is a type of surface piercing where it goes through the flat area of the skin along the rim.
True Navel Piercing is the one that gives an “outie” belly button. The umbilical scar tissue on the navel is pierced and this type of piercing is considered risky because of the presence of blood vessels in the area. When you get two or more piercings on your navel or, it is called Multiple Navel Piercings or double belly button piercing. You can get a double navel piercing on top and bottom rims and adorn a single long barbell.

Although it looks attractive, the process breaks the skin from inside and be a reason for possible infections. Any unhygienic approach without the right care increases the chances of fungi or bacteria related infections. Some symptoms of infection include: Pain in & around the area. Redness & swelling after a couple of weeks. Oozing of pus

Skin discoloration around the entire abdomen (advanced stage) Presence of abscess

Rejection is a situation where the body simply rejects the artificial modification. The symptoms usually include redness around the area clubbed with greenish or yellow discharge. Mild pain along with a crust the formation followed by moderate movements appear near the belly button which may continue for a few months. However, it will not pull or stretch the skin. Once displaced, the skin will eventually heal giving an impression that the entire thing is moving from the original place. Lastly, the body completely rejects the jewelry and you need to use antibacterial solutions along with non-iodized salt water at least twice a day.

Clean the pierced area a few hours later with salt and water. Showering is a good alternative to bathing as the fresh stream of water keeps the area clean at all times. Never wipe it with a towel or cloth because they carry germs. Use a tissue instead.

Wear loose clothes with soft fabrics that don’t irritate your skin too much. Avoid sleeping on your stomach and try some other position to keep your piercing safe. Keep it tidy, touch it with clean hands and keep everything that touches your belly ring like clothes, bed sheet etc. dirt-free. Don’t change the jewelry at least for the 1st 2 months. An infected navel piercing will hurt more than usual and when you see it is looking odd, it might be the time to go to the doctor.
It is the most popular piercing but ironically, it is most prone to rejection. In Vertical Navel Piercing or outie belly button piercing, the ring passes from the top to interior of the belly button. Inverse navel piercing is almost the same, the difference is that the piercing goes from the top of the navel to the lower rim.
When the number of navel piercing is two, they are known as Double Belly button, Double Navel or Double Belly Piercing. Popular among pop stars, the double belly’s standard placement is 1/2” to 1” above the navel and below it. Due to its position it is also sometimes referred as top and bottom belly button piercing. The jewelry is placed in such a way that it enters the upper lip of the belly cavity and comes out of the lower one.
Belly Butting piercing is a surface piercing which includes insertion of a piercing needle through the navel rim. It hurts quite a bit as the tissues around the area is very soft. However, the level is directly proportional to the endurance level of an individual. There is a misconception that skinny people feel lesser pain and the effort of the piercer plays a critical role in reducing pain.
It does bleed as the piercing damages the tissues around that area. However, it quickly stops the moment the healing process starts. However, the level of aftercare plays an important role to stop bleeding.

Depending on the kind of navel piercing, the jewelry differs. Additionally, people have different types of navel, so it also plays a critical role in determining the kind of jewelry. Some common options include:

Barbells: Available in different shape, size, and style it includes a range of elaborate crystals to simple colored knobs. Belly Bars: For the outey kind of navel, it is the most preferred option. Curved bars: For people having a small, deep and round navel.
Droopers: It is for all those who have classic outey navel as piercing the top is quite easy. Other Options: Belly button rings, Butterfly, English Rose, Open Triangle, Amour, & Diamond Solitaire.
Navel piercings ask for extremely precautions aftercare. It can take up to nine months for a navel piercing to heal. You are responsible for keeping it clean, giving it the much-needed care and nourishment.

The average healing time for most nipple piercings is 6-12 months. 

Soak your piercing with sea salt solution (SSS) for five minutes twice per day for the first few months, and once per day after. You can do this with moistened cotton balls or by holding a shot glass full of SSS to your nipple. You should also cleanse your piercing 4-6 times per day between SSS soaks with piercing aftercare spray. Be sure to wash your hands any time you clean your piercing or handle your jewelry. Avoid wearing clothing that could catch and pull on your jewelry, injuring your piercing and prolonging your healing time. Be careful when removing clothing and wear thick cotton shirts or for females, a padded bra to protect your piercing while it heals. Get good rest, hydration, and nutrition to allow your body to devote as much energy as possible to healing. Don't move your jewelry to break up dried lymph fluids, or “crusties,” which the body secretes as a natural part of the healing process. Instead, use SSS or aftercare spray to soften the crusties and then gently wipe them away with a cotton ball or facial tissue. Applying balms, creams, cosmetics, or ointments to your piercing while it is healing, as they may trap bacteria and increase the risk of infection. Completely submerging the piercing in water, which can carry bacteria that may lead to infection. Washing your piercing with regular soap, unless your piercer strongly recommends it. Engaging in manual or oral nipple play before your piercing is completely healed, which could increase the risk of damage and infection.

If you’re considering nipple piercings, know that they are slightly more complicated and potentially painful than many other piercings; you should do a little bit of research before diving into the process. Luckily, we’re here to provide all the information you need. First, let’s address some of the most common questions people have about nipple piercings.
As with any body piercing, you can expect some sharp pain as the needle pierces your skin, but the level of pain will vary from person to person. Nipples contain more nerve endings than many other piercing areas, so they are generally more sensitive and painful to pierce, but many people report that the pain is less than they anticipated. If you know you have particularly sensitive nipples, you can also ask your piercer to apply a topical anesthetic spray before the procedure.
Yes, but there are some things to know. Though flat and inverted nipples are common and pierceable, you’ll want to consult with your piercer beforehand to see if they have any concerns. In some cases, your piercer may recommend using a curved needle and bent barbell on an inverted or flat nipple in order to reduce the pressure of the jewelry pulling the nipple outward while it heals. They may also want to use a slightly larger gauge needle and jewelry — 10 or 12 gauge instead of 14 — since they’re less likely to move and cause complications in flat or inverted nipples.
 
 
 
 
Supernumerary third nipples may be smaller compared to regular nipples. Put simply, it is a third (or more than three) nipple on the body. The condition is more prevalent in men than in women. In most cases, the additional nipples are smaller and less developed than the regular nipples. When a woman has given birth, and her milk 'comes in' it is possible for her third nipple to lactate, though lactation can occur in third nipples on both men and women. It is pierced just like a normal nipple, so please refer back to nipple piercing for information
Clean the chest area with an antibacterial solution to disinfect it. 
Mark the point carefully using a surgical needle Insert a thin hollow needle to make the hole in the chest region. 
Place the jewelry in the perforation.
The pain reports reveal that surface chest piercing are slightly more painful as compared to any other surface piercings due to their location and although some even rate it to be moderate. It entirely depends on the individual’s pain tolerance capacity. Some swelling, twinge, and redness can last for a few days.
The piercing can take 4 to 6 weeks to completely recover. It, however, depends majorly on maintenance and aftercare, because the infection can lead to prolonged healing.
Severe pain and swelling
A high temperature in the surrounding
Pus discharge
Foul smell
Redness and rashes
Cure:
Do not remove the jewelry as it will clog the pore. Clean the area free of pus and other discharge. Use cotton piece soaked in the warm saline solution and dab it on infection.
Consult a doctor and follow his advice. 
Sternum piercings are piercings just above the sternum or chest area. They are thus also known as pre-sternum or Chest Piercing. It lies in the center region on breastbone below the neck. They gradually gaining popularity among people as they find it to be different and unique liked by both male and females equally. However it is generally known as Cleavage Piercing for females. It's orientation is either vertical or horizontal depending on the choice of the individual.
Touch the piercings with clean hands disinfected with antibacterial soap. Pat the area dry with clean paper towels after taking a shower. Dab the area with a swab of cotton soaked in the warm saline solution.
Eat a healthy and nutritious diet rich in Vitamin B, C, and K. Refrain from use of cream, lotion, moisturizer, deodorant or perfumes on the piercing. Play or fiddle with jewelry. Sleep on the front side. Going swimming or indulging in any water sports Wear tight clothes around that area. Rather, try wearing long or deep necks to prevent injuries from tangling of clothes. 

The chest or cleavage piercings can be adorned with various types of jewelry. Some choices famous among people are as below

Bead rings
Staples
Surface bars
Curved Barbells
Skin Divers

The size of the ornaments in the initial phase should be 1.2 mm to 1.4 mm. After the wound recovers, the jewelry can be larger or smaller as per the choice. The material of the jewelry should ideally be Gold, Sterling silver, surgical steel, titanium or niobium as they are hypo allergic and non-corrosive. They will not cause itching or irritation.