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Quote Zombiextinct Replybullet Topic: Pierce or Punch?
    Posted: November/17/2011 at 10:29pm
I want to adorn my left conch with 2 10g cbr's or tunnels. 
Should i get them pierced with a needle?
would it be best to get them punched? 
10g is my goal size I would not want to stretch them further.

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Quote Cale Replybullet Posted: November/19/2011 at 5:08pm
I've done a conch set with 10g needles and they healed great, but using a punch would be the better option. It will depend on what is available in your area, and you should also go to an experienced piercer. 
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Quote Uraniumhobo Replybullet Posted: November/21/2011 at 1:29pm
i think a punch would be better in my personal opinion, removing the harder tissue would have less pressure on the piercing while it heals making things more comfortable, the cartilage wouldnt grow back but at that size the skin can still grow over the hole if you ever decided to take them out
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