Saturday, October 24, 2009


Microdermal implants, which is also known as surface anchors have evolved from the techniques of pocketing, dermal anchoring, and transdermal implants. Basically, a microdermal implant is supposed to look like a transdermal implant, but be a realitively safe procedure, similar to body piercing. The end effect is to give the client the appearance that the jewelry is screwed into the skin.The jewelry used is similar to transdermal anchors, but smaller. The base is flat with holes, which is supposed to aid stabilization of the jewelry. The tissues are meant to grow through and around the base of the jewelry, to increase stabilization and decrease risks of rejection. To minimize longterm risks, you want to make sure that the jewelry is made of titanium rather than a type of steel.

I have been debating if i should get this done or not,i have an addiction to piercings and tattoo's, i just love it! but i haven't decided if i will go through this or not, I might just go ahead and get them done for my bday (a bday gift for myself lol) we shall see.


  Anonymous (October 24, 2009 at 9:42 AM)

I love the idea. this is cute!

  sheiswinterwest (October 24, 2009 at 4:49 PM)

Thank you, isn't it cool? i think i'm going to just go through it, when i do i'm sure i will make a post about it!

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