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Dermal Anchor

The Dermal Anchor, also called Microdermal, is an innovative type of piercing that can be used to beautify almost any part of the body. This type of piercing is a piercing implant that is placed or anchored under the skin. Therefore it is often called a Dermal Anchor. Since Dermal Anchors do not have an exit point, they are also called Single Point Piercings. The Dermal Anchor Piercings is possible on almost any part of the body, there are no limits to the imagination. Places such as the face, neck or waist, which were previously unsuitable for piercing, can now be decorated with any number of piercings using this method.

In our shop there is a large selection of Dermal Anchor attachments in different styles and motives. Whether simple attachments in different colours or sparkling highlights, we offer the right piece of jewellery for every preference. Unique shapes such as sun, flower or moon attachments give you a special radiance. Highly polished attachments create an elegant look. Find out all the important information about piercing Jewelry, piercing, care and the risks of a dermal anchor here in our practical guide.

Popular body parts for dermal anchors

Although dermal anchors can be placed on almost any part of the body, some areas of the body are particularly favoured for this particular type of piercing. These include, for example, the face and the décolleté. On the face, Dermal Anchors are often used to accentuate the eyes and cheekbones. The Dermal Anchors are placed around the eyes and cheekbones. Several Dermal Anchors can be placed next to each other to emphasise the area.

Dermal anchors are also frequently placed on the décolleté and neck. Again, multiple Dermal Anchors placed along the collarbone accentuate the décolleté in an exceptional way.

Dermal anchors can also be placed under the skin in all possible constellations. For example, multiple Dermal Anchors can be used to form shapes such as triangles or stars on the skin. The look of several Dermal Anchors in a symmetrical line, which emphasises and highlights the body part, is particularly popular.

Dermal Anchors can be used to accentuate not only individual body parts, but also tattoos. The Dermal Anchor is integrated into the design of the already healed tattoo and thus gives the tattoo a special touch.

Some parts of the body, such as the hand or fingers, are popular but not recommended for Dermal Anchors. The hands are constantly in motion and often come into contact with germs and dirt. This makes healing more difficult and increases the risk of getting stuck with the body jewellery. In addition, the dermal anchor can grow out more quickly than in other places. Skin areas that are exposed to constant friction due to tight clothing such as bras are also not recommended.

Dermal Anchor attachments

A Dermal Anchor consists of two parts: a small, elongated titanium plate that is anchored in the skin and a Dermal Anchor attachment that is screwed onto the plate. For this purpose, there is a vertical threaded rod on the plate, to which the attachment is fastened. Unlike other Piercings, a Dermal Anchor can only be closed with an internal thread, as the plate is equipped with an internal threaded rod under the skin. This is most gentle for the piercing site, because with the internally threaded bar the sharp grooves are on the inside, while on the outside only the smooth surface of the bar comes into contact with the skin. This way the Dermal Anchor Piercing can heal better.

In our shop you will find many different Dermal Anchor attachments, which with their special designs and shapes make the Dermal Anchor Piercing the highlight of your piercings. Shapes such as sun, moon, lightning or snowflakes create a unique look. Attachments in the shape of spikes, balls or domes are an alternative to plain, round attachments. Flower and star attachments set with sparkling Zirconia Piercing or Opal Piercing embellish any part of the body. Dermal attachments with motives such as bullet casings or the biohazard symbol stand out from the crowd and offer a fancy look.

The bar thickness of Dermal Anchor attachments is usually about 1.2 mm - 1.6 mm, while the diameter of the attachments is about 2 mm to 6 mm and the height about 3 mm. The smaller sizes are known as microdermals.

With our practical extension bars for Dermal Anchor, the distance between skin and attachment can be increased. This can be an advantage especially with fresh Dermal Anchors, because it creates enough space for e.g. swellings. Another function of the Dermal Anchor extension is that attachments with different rod thicknesses fit into the threaded rod of the plate with the help of the extension.

By using our Dermal Anchor Retainer, the Dermal Anchor can also be worn in inappropriate situations such as work. The transparent retainers make the Single Point Piercing almost invisible, which means that it does not have to be removed in such cases. Especially as the removal of this type of piercing is not so easy.

While the dermal anchor plate is only made of dermal Titanium Piercing, the dermal anchor attachments can be made of many different materials. The attachments are usually made of 14 carat Gold Piercing, Titanium Piercing or Surgical Steel Piercing. All three materials have their advantages. Titanium is particularly allergy-friendly and offers a high level of wearing comfort. Surgical steel does not rust or tarnish. 14 carat gold is a high quality and durable material that makes you shine.

Inserting and removing a Dermal Anchor

Inserting a Dermal Anchor Implant is a little different than Piercings a traditional piercing. After the skin has been thoroughly disinfected, the area is marked and massaged a little to loosen the tissue. The Dermal Anchor can be anchored into the skin in two different ways. In the first method, a small hole is made in the skin using a needle blade and then the Dermal Anchor plate is inserted into the hole. In the second method, a dermal punch is used to punch out the skin at the desired location and about 1.5 mm - 2 mm of skin is removed. This creates a small pocket of skin into which the plate is placed.

The Dermal Anchor plate consists of a threaded bar and three holes. The holes ensure that the plate grows together with the tissue during healing. This ensures a firm fit in the skin pocket.

Unlike normal piercings, the piercer must also be visited for the removal of a Dermal Anchor. Since part of the piercing is under the skin, a Dermal Anchor cannot simply be removed by the piercer. To do this, the piercer will make a small incision with a scalpel and remove the plate in this way. Also the change of Dermal Anchor attachments should only be done by the piercer. This is because during the change, the attachment and the threaded bar should be gripped with special pliers, as the bar lies flat against the skin.

When inserting a Dermal Anchor Plate, it may bleed a little more than other piercings. Although this can look very painful, the intensity of the pain is considered low to moderate by most people. Once the Dermal Anchor Piercing is in place in the skin, there should not be much pain either. If you opt for anaesthesia, the pain will be even less.

You can expect to pay between €60 and €90 for a dermal anchor piercing. In addition, there is a cost for the removal of the Dermal Anchor. Depending on the region, most studios charge between €15 and €30 for the removal of the anchor.

Care and healing

The average healing time for Dermal Anchors is about 3 months. The body site and surface tension also play a role. Generally, areas with little movement and pressure heal faster.

For uncomplicated healing, the dermal anchor should not be touched if possible. The care procedure is basically the same as for classic piercings. During the first two weeks, the Dermal Anchor is covered with a plaster for undisturbed healing. During this time, the Dermal Anchor should be cleaned twice a day with special piercing care products. Crusts can be slightly soaked and gently removed. Of course, hands should be disinfected beforehand to avoid spreading germs. As with normal piercings, swimming pools, saunas and solariums should be avoided for the first few weeks.

After healing, the Dermal Anchor can be cleaned with dental floss. Flossing makes it easier to get between the jewellery and the skin to remove any dirt and skin particles. When putting on and taking off clothes, be especially careful not to accidentally tear off the body Jewelry. When exercising, the Dermal Anchor can be covered with a plaster to protect the jewellery.

Risks

Similar to classic piercings, there is also a risk of inflammation with a Dermal Anchor. This can be indicated by redness, swelling and pain. However, with Dermal Anchors, infection can encapsulate more easily because there is no exit point, making it less easy to remove dirt and bacteria from the puncture canal. Therefore, thorough care is essential for healing. If inflammation occurs, the piercer should be consulted immediately.

Another possible risk of the Dermal Anchor is accidental tearing of the jewellery. This can happen especially if clothing is put on and taken off carelessly. Ordinary jewellery such as necklaces can also get tangled on a Dermal Anchor at the neckline or nape of the neck and thus tear it out. Therefore, one should be very careful when putting on clothes as well as wearing jewellery.

With a Dermal Anchor, the risk of the piercing growing out is much higher compared to classic piercing types. The Dermal Anchor can not only grow out during healing. A rejection of the piercing is also possible after several months or years after healing.

Basically, the durability of a Dermal Anchor is also less than that of normal piercings with an entry and exit point. While a classic piercing can theoretically be worn for life after successful healing, a dermal anchor usually only lasts one to five years before it grows out.

After the removal of a dermal anchor, a scar always remains, but this scar is usually very small and can be easily hidden. The size of the scar is also influenced by the method of stinging. Dermal anchors that are inserted with a needle leave smaller scars. On the other hand, dermal anchors that have been punched will leave larger scars in comparison, as part of the tissue is removed during the punching process. On the face, however, such a scar can be perceived as very disturbing, regardless of its size. For this reason, it is particularly important to think through the decision to have dermal anchors on the face before having them stitched.