All about the Daith

bodysparkleDec 14, '16


Its All About that Daith

In the past few months the Daith Piercing has become extremely popular. For those who don’t know, a Daith piercing is a ear piercing that will pass through the ear’s innermost cartilage fold. The location is also known as the crus of the helix.

Does it hurt?

There is a mild pain when getting your Daith pierced. In my opinion the aesthetics look of the piercing is quite rewarding and is most certainly worth any discomfort.

why get a Daith piercing?

Some people get the Daith pierced simply because of their migraine headaches. Researchers have claimed that the Daith piercing runs through a pressure point that for some will relieve or alleviate the pain of the migraine.

How long is the healing process?

After getting the Daith pierced, it will take anywhere from 6-12 weeks to completely heal. After the healing process is over you now have the option to change out your jewelry.

Daith Piercing Jewelry

The piercer will ideally have you wear a captive ring during the healing process due to comfortably. If you wanted a smaller option you can also try a curved barbell. The jewelry you wear in the Daith is very important. This will strongly depend on the size and thickness of the cartilage pierced. Other jewelry options may include: Seamless Ring, Segmented Ring, and Circular Barbell.

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