An array of unique body piercings falls into their distinctive categories, ranging from anal piercings to microdermal piercings.
Among these diverse options are belly button piercings, nipple piercings, and sternum piercings, which we'll explore further below.
Each of these body modifications offers a chance for individuals to embrace their individuality and express their style through their chosen piercings.
A microdermal piercing is a type of surface piercing that can be placed on any flat area of the body. It involves the use of an anchor that is installed underneath the skin to secure the piercing. Popular dermal piercing locations include the hip, sternum (chest or cleavage), corset, wrist, collarbone, and various other areas on the body.
WHAT'S ARE THE OPTIONS FOR BODY PIERCINGS?
An anal piercing is a type of piercing situated around the anus, typically found on the perineum.
The perineum is the area located between the anus and the scrotum.
A surface piercing commonly found on the lower back, often referred to as "back dimple piercings." These piercings are usually done in pairs to achieve symmetry and enhance their aesthetic appeal.
BELLY BUTTON (NAVEL)
Belly button piercings, also known as navel piercings, pass through the top or bottom of the belly button in a vertical direction. For individuals whose anatomy may not permit a traditional belly piercing, there are floating navel piercings available as an alternative option.
A sternum piercing, also known as a chest piercing, is a microdermal surface piercing positioned in the center of the chest.
A hip piercing is a surface piercing positioned near the hip bones.
A nape piercing is a surface piercing that traverses through the back of the neck.
A nipple piercing involves piercing through one or both nipples.
An oral piercing is a type of piercing that goes directly through a tooth.
An ampallang piercing is a horizontal piercing that goes through the head (tip) of the penis. This type of piercing is carefully placed to fit snugly when the penis is erect.
An apadravya piercing is a vertical piercing that goes through the head (tip) of the penis from top to bottom. Typically, this piercing is placed through the urethra and is done on a slight angle.
A dydoe piercing involves passing through the ridged edge on the head of the penis. For achieving symmetry, this piercing is commonly done in pairs.
A frenum piercing is a type of piercing that goes through the flexible skin on the underside of the shaft behind the head of the penis. Some individuals choose to get multiple piercings in this area, creating a "frenum ladder," which is also known as a "Jacob's ladder piercing."
A havada or guiche piercing is situated on the underside of the scrotum, precisely where the penis ends and the testicles begin.
A Prince Albert piercing is positioned through the underside of the penile shaft, running through the urethra toward the head of the penis. This type of piercing is achieved by passing a piercing needle into the urethra and guiding it out through the penile opening.
Reverse Prince Albert
A reverse Prince Albert piercing is characterized by its entry on the top side of the penis head and its exit out of the urethral opening.
A wrist piercing is a surface piercing that can be located on the inner or outer section of the wrist.