It definitely depends on the jewelry. … I change my daith with curved barbels (bit tricky) and clickers (really easy), just make sure you‘ve washed your hands and everything is ready to go before you take the original jewellery out.
Consequently, is Daith the most painful piercing?
How much does the daith piercing hurt? While it’s not the most painful piercing you can get, it’s considered one of the most painful ear piercings. The daith cartilage is quite thick, so the puncture might not be as smooth as other piercing options.
Moreover, how soon can you change a Daith piercing?
A daith piercing takes approximately 2-3 months to heal like most cartilage piercings and the jewelry should not be changed until it is healed. In fact, the healing process can be much longer (up to 12 months) simply because of the type of piercing and awkwardness of its situation.