What is a Daith Piercing?

Location: Ear, Daith
Jewellery: Ring, Curved Barbell
Healing: 3 to 9 months

A daith piercing is a perforation of the ear cartilage just above the entrance to the ear canal. Most ears have a pierceable piece of cartilage at the top of the canal, although some people will find their anatomy does not allow for a daith piercing to be performed as the piece of cartilage may be too small. If a confident piercer completes this style it can look brilliant.
CLICK HERE FOR Daith Jewellery»

Daith Piercing Placement
Resting deep in the shell of the ear above the canal opening, this ridge of cartilage provides a great area for a subtle piercing.
Daith Piercing Jewellery
Usually a daith piercing is filled with a daith heart, ring or curved bar which matches the size of the ear and facial profile to ensure comfort.
Daith Piercing Process
A daith piercing is tricky to perform, being as close to an internal piercing as you can get. Some piercers will use a curved needle.
Daith Piercing Aftercare
Healing time is around 3 to 9 months but is easy cartilage to heal because of its protected location. Keep dirty mobile phones away!

More About Daith Piercing

One of the more unusual ear piercings, a daith piercing certainly canít be mistaken for anything else. As well as being unusual, it is surprisingly subtle and attractive because the ear seems to almost frame the jewellery, which looks absolutely brilliant. While other cartilage piercings are often troublesome to heal, the daith piercings are more likely to heal without a hitch thanks to their unique position within the bowl of the ear, giving it a greater level of protection even while you sleep.

Daith Piercings & Migraines

In recent months there has been a huge focus on whether the Daith piercing can alleviate migraines and headaches. There is plenty of anecdotal evidence from customers which support this theory with many accounts of migraines being far less frequent or intense.

Whilst the idea of Daith piercings helping with migraines is still based on customer reviews and has not been fully scientifically tested, there is a very plausible medical explanation; this speculation is based upon the use of acupuncture, where fine needles are passed through certain pressure points on the body to aid with medical conditions. One of the pressure points for the head is actually in the exact area where a Daith piercing is placed.

Even though there is still limited evidence that this piercing could actually help sufferers, with such a large amount of anecdotal evidence supporting them, many people think it is simply worth trying and enjoy the aesthetic effect of such an attractive piercing.

Draw attention to this great looking alternative daith piercing using a great selection of ball closure rings or barbells. All of the ball closure rings and barbells that we supply are made from high quality titanium in order to reduce any irritation as much as possible, as well as giving you a unique look thanks to their range of bold colours and styles. If you want to change easily between a curved barbell and a gold BCR, youíll love the difference our body jewellery can make to your daith piercings style at a momentís notice.

You can be sure to keep your daith piercing looking great with our range of body jewellery. Our great value for money means that you can get a selection of great looking ear piercings without having to pay the earth, perfect for those of you who love to mix up their style and change colours quickly and painlessly. Available in a range of sizes, youíll find the perfect body accessory for your daith piercing to make sure it gets the attention it deserves without causing you any discomfort. With our excellent customer service in store and brilliant delivery service from our website, youíll love getting your body jewellery from Blue Banana.

Article Disclaimer: For more information, please view our article guides terms and conditions page.