Surface Piercings

Traditional surface piercings consist of a staple-shaped bar with two threaded ends. The bar travels under the surface of the skin with the attachments sitting above the skin, giving the appearance of two single piercings on one flat area of the body (for example chest, cheekbone, nape). In most cases, the staple bar itself does not need to be changed, unless the jewellery is causing irritation due to it being the wrong length/depth, but the tops can be changed for any screw-on attachment of the same gauge and thread type (1.2/1.6mm thickness, internally/externally threaded).