The legs and feet can accommodate single-point-piercings/implants.
We recommend dermal anchors instead of surface piercings.
Our customers wear their piercings every day, including during athletic activities, and they seldom have problems with them.
We make sure to find out what kind of general lifestyle our client leads, in order to adapt the piercing to it in the best way possible.
Those who get their feet or legs pierced must take great care given that these extremities are in constant use in everyday tasks.
A piercing or a dermal anchor on the foot or leg takes about 4-6 weeks to heal, depending on whether you get a surface piercing or two dermal anchors. Keep in mind that due to the constant movement of the legs and feet, this piercing will be under constant stress and may suffer in the long run.
A surface piercing or dermal anchor can take between 1 and 6 months to heal completely, rarely longer. Like other external piercings, in the first three weeks it should be cleaned with ProntoLind spray twice a day, and then coated with ProntoLind gel. It is important to wash your hands before touching the pierced area and the jewelry itself. By caring for the piercing in the correct manner and with the proper materials, you can do a great deal to prevent the onset of proud flesh.
Disinfectant solutions containing alcohol or chlorine should be avoided.
I advise my customers to opt for a dermal anchor, because this type of implant lasts much longer than surface piercings.