A daith piercing is pierced through the fold of cartilage closest to the ear canal. Whether or not you can have a daith piercing will depend on your anatomy - there must be enough room for a bar or ring. Daith piercings are cartilage piercings so they may take a while to heal - if your daith piercing refuses to heal we recommend BioFlex piercing jewellery, which is known to reduce healing times. Depending on anatomy most people wear either a ball closure ring or a curved bar in their daith piercing and luckily we have a huge range of BCRs and barbells to suit.
There are lots of different types of daith ring including ball closure rings, circular barbells and smooth segment rings. Each one offers a different look and they come in a wide choice of materials to suit your piercing and your style. You can also accessorise any of these daith piercing rings with clip-in accessories or threaded body jewellery accessories. To see more options click on any of the rings or categories.
Barbells are a great option for your daith piercing because they will not move around in the piercing, thereby reducing the potential for irritation. We recommend wear a curved barbell in your daith piercing, as it will probably sit more comfortably in your ear. If you are having problems healing your daith piercing you might benefit from using a multi-use piercing tube, a new flexible type of bar that you can trim to size. Here you can see out most popular daith piercing bars - to see more bars lick on any product or category.
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