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July 13, 2013
I was really excited to come across this website and find this group of individuals. Body modification is something I've always had a great deal of respect for, as well as a strong passion in myself. I've been so happy with the results and process of most of the pieces I've chosen for myself. I've thought for quite sometime and decided to move to other forms of body modification that I really feel like is something for me.
If anyone could share any of there experiences on subdermal implants, I'd greatly appreciate it. Now that I've decided this is the next step for me…. now I just have to find someone that does this type of modification. So far, I've had no luck in my surrounding states, so this is going to be a task.
Hi pittehkitteh, welcome to the forum.
Where about are you? There may be artists people can recommend.
As for information about implants, what would you like to know?
July 13, 2013
I'm from Kentucky.
I've done alot of research on this type of modification, unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be the most advertised type of body modification. If anyone has any information on shops or individuals that do this even remotely close to my area (definitely willing to travel), I'm looking for someone with experience and a good reputation with this type of modification.
Any suggestions are welcomed.
August 4, 2013
May 24, 2012
The book Modern Primitives is a popular one and a pretty good overview. If you have any specific questions about mods or what they mean to anyone as a individual, just ask. Maybe Modern Primitives will lead you to your next step.
Also, we seem to bring up a show or movie or book whenever we feel inspired, so if you read some threads on this site you will likely find more specific info.
Hi sweetpea1, welcome to the forum.
I suppose the question is what you want to learn? Do you want to know more about modifications or particular aspects of spirituality perhaps? What appeals to you personally?
There is a vast sea of knowledge out there to discover, and people here are happy to share what they have found.
October 27, 2013
I actually happen to have a dermal implant. Its on my collarbone. I had mine done with a dermal punch which Im told is a faster way to do it than with a needle. The whole process was fairly quick. Longest part of the installation was waiting for the bleeding to slow so my piercer could put the dermal in. That part stung a little,I wont lie,but now that the initial pain has passed Im enjoying my dermal immensely and considering another. The only thing that aggravates me is Ive got to wait for at least four montgs before I can change the top out. :/
That sounds like a microdermal ShylaRose, which forms a pocket in the skin, but sticks out of it. Subdermal implants are completely encased in the skin, and tend to be made of silicone.
As for how to do them, i think it varies from artists to artist, but i have to say i would favour a needle with the correct technique. Where on your collar bone is yours placed?
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