I. Lost screw ball:

1. A lost ball for a navel, breast, ear, or eyebrow piercing, etc.:

If you’ve lost your piercing ball, there is no need to panic. Simply be patient and look for it, and once you’ve found it you can simply screw it back in or ask somebody for assistance.

Do the following:

2. Losing a ball in the case of a tongue piercing:

If you’ve lost your piercing ball, there is no need to panic. Simply be patient and look for it, and once you’ve found it you can simply screw it back in or ask somebody for assistance.

Do the following:

3. A lost ball in the case of a labret or banana bar:

If you’ve lost ball which was attached to a barbell or a banana bar, you should try to unscrew it (see above).

Do the following:

If a piercing ball has fallen out and you can no longer find it, try to leave the inserted portion of the piercing inside the canal. Try using Leukoplast, which will help keep the piercing bar inserted.

This will prevent the bar or the labret from falling out. This is a particularly simple procedure in the case of labrets: just fix the labret backing to the ear using Leukoplast; then come to our studio as quickly as possible and we will attach a new ball to it.

4. A lost ball in the case of a genital piercing:

If you’ve lost your piercing ball, there is no need to panic. Simply be patient and look for it, and once you’ve found it you can simply screw it back in or ask somebody for assistance.

Do the following:

II. A lost ball (for a captive bead)

1. A lost ball (for a captive bead):

If you’ve lost your piercing ball, there is no need to panic. Simply be patient and look for it, and once you’ve found it you can simply reinsert it back in or ask somebody for assistance.

Do the following: