TAT Dermal anchors and wetsuits...bad idea?

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  1. -=Likwid=-

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    I really really really want to get 2 dermal anchors on my torso; the only point of hesitation is that I like to surf. Some surfing needs a wetsuit. wetsuits are tight against the body.

    Are dermal anchors a total shit idea in my case?
     
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    desired_apathy New Member

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    YOu could try putting a bandaid over it or some tape so the suit slides easier :dunno:
     
  3. Cherryfire

    Cherryfire "If we believe obsurdities, we shall commit atroci

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    Nah, you'd be fine if you went with a flat disk or flat gem in most locations.
     
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    :hay: Dermal anchors! Do it do it do it!

    They heal sooo crazy fast ;)
     
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    yeah, I wonder. I think with a flat disk and a band-aid it shouldn't be a big problem.
     
  6. Two toys

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    i played tackle football with mine and was fine with just 2 bandaids in an X formation over the top of it. because the wetsuit doesnt have any snag points it shouldnt be a problem at all.
     
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    figures you would make an X :mamoru:

    :cool:
     
  8. -=Likwid=-

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    The band-aids are a great idea! I'd be concerned about if it'd stay on or not though, as i want to get them in an area that has a lot of movement... just below my collarbone, where the arm meets the torso. the below pic will give a better idea.. (where the red X's are)

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    i guess the only reason why i'm so concerned is because of removal in case it doesn't work out. I've read you'd actually have to get dermal anchors surgically removed.
     
  9. audrey

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    They just have to make a little cut to get it out.
     
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    my piercer can get them out without any cutting, just a pop of a small gauge needle :) but i think thats his secret lol.
     
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    that for a surfer is pretty aweful placement, there is SOOOO much movement in that area as you know. even in a plain shirt or jacket i could imagine it would get pretty sore. definately talk to your piercer about it.
     
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    Weeell my piercer wasn't specific :greddy:

    I was concerned about scarring because my anchor is on my face. He just said it would be a tiny cut and would probably leave less scarring that a surface eyebrow piercing :x:



    I am seriously thinking about getting more dermal anchors :wiggle:
     

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