You will need long bars in for a good couple of months.
The piercer will have put in super long bars (probably an inch or so) and even though the swelling may subside after a week or two, they will want you to leave the long bars in for a couple of months, because you will be very sensitive to flare ups.
People also ask, how long does it take for dimple piercings to heal?
Hereof, how much do dimple piercings cost?
How much does the piercing usually cost? Back dimple piercings typically cost around $70 to $80 each. Jewelry isn’t always included in the cost, so you might need to factor in an extra $10 to $20 for each piece, depending on the material.
Can I get dimple piercings without dimples?
The cheek piercing (also known as the dimple piercing) allows you to emulate the dimpled look even if you don’t have dimples.
Signs of an infected piercing include a yellow discharge, swelling, continued pain and redness, and itching. There are home treatments you can try, but see a doctor if the pain worsens or symptoms do not improve within two days. Sometimes a body will register a piercing as a foreign object and reject it.
Answer: Facial (cheek) piercing scars can be improved surgically. Mederma and Vitamin E oil are not proven scientifically to help scars much. What mostly helps is time, and massage. But this type of deeply pierced scar tissue is really unlikely to get better on its own.
You can gently hold the spot either with both your index fingers or anything with a rounded tip like a makeup brush or pencil. Smile and then again stick your fingers on the same spot, try to have a wide grin and then reposition your fingers, this is the spot where the dimples occur naturally.
Swelling and inflammation: Days 4–10
The swelling tends to increase for several days after the piercing, and it may last for a week or slightly longer .
Your body recognizes the piercing as an injury, so it reacts the same way. As a result, some swelling is normal for piercings. But you should still monitor any swelling. If swelling occurs again after the initial swelling goes away it is a likely sign of infection.
When to remove a piercing
If a new piercing is infected, it is best not to remove the earring. Removing the piercing can allow the wound to close, trapping the infection within the skin. For this reason, it is advisable not to remove an earring from an infected ear unless advised by a doctor or professional piercer.
The most common variation of the cheek piercing penetrates the facial tissue into the oral cavity. The usual placement is symmetrical on either side of the face, either penetrating or imitating dimples. The piercing can cause the wearer slight nerve damage and will result in “man-made dimples“.
Piercings of any type are Haram (forbidden) on Men, as adornment by jewellery is only allowed for women. And piercings will be a sort of “imitating” women. So no piercings for men.
However, this piercing is not one to be taken lightly. Cheek piercings can cause health issues and complications with healing and they tend to scar after removing the jewelry, which can be noticeable and difficult to hide.