Ear Piercings

Ear piercings are one of the most popular piercings that we offer at our studio, and there are lots of placements to choose from. All piercings are anatomy-specific to a degree, although certain piercings like rooks, daiths, and industrials are extremely anatomy-specific. If you are curious if you have the anatomy for a certain piercing, feel free to book a piercing consultation, or book in for a piercing and have a back-up piercing in mind if you don't have the suitable anatomy. 

Types of Ear Piercings

Anti-Tragus - 

Conch - The conch is the inner bowl of your ear, and is a great place to put large pieces of jewelry. The area is usually quite flat inside and can accommodate larger pieces that other areas of the ear cannot support. 

Daith - 

Forward Helix - A forward helix is a cartilage piercing done on the outside rim of the upper ear. These piercings are anatomy specific as we want to ensure there is sufficient space to support the piercing. 

Helix - A helix piercing is a type of cartilage piercing that is located near the top rim of the ear. Helix piercings can be located right at the edge of the ear or a bit further in, typically called a "flat" piercing. 

Industrial - An industrial piercing is an upper-cartilage piercing that goes through two piercing channels and is connected by a single barbell. Industrial piercings are extremely anatomy-specific, as the client needs to have a flat helix-area and pronounced rims on the ears to support the piercing. This piercing is also very difficult to heal, because both piercings are connected by a single piece of jewelry. 

Lobe - Earlobes are the most common ear piercing we perform, and they are typically easy to heal. We pierce earlobes with studs and typically earlobes heal in 4 months. For information about our policies on children's earlobe piercings, please click here. 

Rook - 


Tragus -


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