Can you’re-pierce your belly button over a scar?

If your scarring is more intense, yes, it is certainly possible to pierce through scar tissue – but it’s not always a good idea. I am 100% recommending an in-person consult from a professional piercer in this situation (preferrably someone with experience with scar tissue).

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Also, can you’re-Pierce over scar tissue?

Scar tissue (fibrosis) which has formed as a result of your piercing being removed, is quite dense. Also, it is often just the entry and exit points which have healed over. As a result, getting repierced in the same location can be a good location for a piercing to be re-established.

Herein, how long do you have to wait to re-pierce your belly button? For best results, it may be best to wait 1–2 years before repiercing. When trauma, migration, or rejection results in the loss of a piercing, you can often be repierced—unless you were left with an excessive amount of scarring or lack of tissue pliability.

Also question is, does re piercing hurt more?

Pain. Some people find that getting their piercings re-done is more painful than when they had the initial piercing, though others report a virtually painless experience. It’s worth bearing in mind that everyone experiences pain differently, so this evidence is purely anecdotal.

Will a belly button piercing close up after 10 years?

If you’re talking about the hole after it already healed, probably yes. If you remove the piercing and leave it out for 10 years overtime the skin will come together and close the hole, it will leave a permanent mark but the hole will close and you won’t be able to put the ring back in unless you repierce it.

How do I get rid of scar tissue?

Treatment for scar tissue pain

  1. Revision or removal surgeries. Scar tissue on the skin may be corrected via cosmetic surgery techniques, such as excisions or skin grafting. …
  2. Dermatologic procedures. …
  3. Topical solutions. …
  4. Injections and injectables. …
  5. Adhesion barriers. …
  6. Compression techniques. …
  7. Massage. …
  8. The Graston technique.

Can you Repierce the same lip hole?

You need to have your professional piercer examine the place where you want to be repierced. Sometimes the hole may not be completely healed in the inside- if the outsides of the hole are just closed it may be easy for your piercer to repierce you in the same place with little complication.

Can I Repierce the same spot?

Most reputable piercers won’t re-pierce an infected spot. Once that’s healed, you can get pierced again at any time. The scar tissue shouldn’t be too difficult if they were just standard-gauge piercings in the lobe or cartilage.

Can you reopen your belly button?

No! The belly button is kind of like a scar. You can‘t reopen your belly button. Depending on how the scar tissue forms will decide whether you have an innie or an outie!

Do belly button piercings ever close?

Navel piercings are surface piercings. As a rule, surface piercings tend to close quickly. … While a fresh belly button piercing closes quickly, after a couple years some people find it closes within a few weeks. For others, it never closes, instead, the hole simply gets smaller but remains visible.

Can I pierce my own belly button?

To pierce your belly button in the safest way possible, you will need: A 14 gauge sterile piercing needle, a 14 gauge belly button ring made from stainless steel, titanium or bioplast, some rubbing alcohol or alcohol wipes, a body ink marker, a piercing clamp and some cotton balls.

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