Can You Get Surface Penis Piercings?

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Is it possible to get a surface piercing on my penis head?

There are many different genital piercings you can try. Some of these are functional piercings that enhance sexual pleasure. Others are there purely for the aesthetics. Whatever the reason may be, there are many penis piercing choices for men who like genital piercings. Genital male body jewelry is varied so you can choose the best jewelry pieces for your penis piercing. Some people even wonder about surface penis piercings. Are they possible?

Are Surface Penis Piercings Possible?

Surface penis piercings are not only possible but also common. Some of the most popular penis piercings are actually surface piercings, such as Frenum and Lorum. These piercings are done on the underside of the penis and basically go only through the surface of the skin. Since these surface piercings are so popular, there are many penis jewelry pieces you can use for them. Some less popular penis piercings, such as Kuno piercing and other foreskin piercings, are also surface piercings. However, keep in mind that none of these piercings go through the penis head.

As you can see, it is possible to get surface penis piercings at various parts of the penis. The underside of the penis, foreskin, the base of the penis – all of these areas are good spots for a surface penis piercing. What about the penis head, then?

This is where things get tricky. Many people wonder if it’s possible to get surface penis piercings on the penis head (glans of the penis). These piercings are obviously different than the usual PA piercings, Ampallang, Apadravya and other piercings on the penis head. All of these piercings go deep into tissue and exit on the other side. These are clearly not surface piercings.

For example, PA rings go from the urethral opening all the way down to the underside of the penis. This is not a surface piercing. Ampallang goes through the glans from left to right. Apadravya goes through the glans from top to bottom. This is different than surface piercings that only affect the skin surface on one plane. It is clear that piercings such as Hafada or Frenum are different than those piercings on the penis head.

Can You Get Surface Piercing on the Penis Head?

So, is it possible to get surface penis piercings on the penis head? The short answer is that this is just not a good idea. It is true that it’s possible to pierce the skin of the penis in a shallow stroke, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is a good idea. Such a surface piercing would sit on the penis head but would not go deep into the tissue. Also, such a piercing would not go through different planes of the tissue (left to right, top to bottom, front to back, etc.)

It is possible to pierce in this way and some penis piercings, such as Dydoe, actually pierce a corner of the penis head in a similar manner. However, surface penis head piercings are just not a good idea. Such a piercing would be too unreliable and plagued with problems. Keep in mind that the penis tissue heals extremely quickly, so any jewelry would reject pretty fast. Also, the position of jewelry on the surface of the penis head would lead to quick migrations and other problems.

For these reasons, surface penis piercings are just not a good idea. They can be seen as a novelty but are just not worth it. This is why most piercers do not even want to think about surface penis piercings on the penis head.

About Holes:
Steve “Holes” Armstong is a staff writer and researcher for TheChainGang. He is a long-term piercing enthusiast who is never tired of discovering new body modifications. In addition to this, he also likes to spend his time experimenting with new ways to find pleasure, which makes him a perfect person to discuss unusual adult toys. He says: “I love piercings and I can’t get enough of them. There is something special about body modifications and altering your looks… Even if it’s just below the belt! I am happy to share my knowledge of extreme piercings and lesser-known sex toys, made for both men and women”. In addition to writing, Steve is also a researcher, always on a lookout for new and exciting things.

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