A rook piercing is a type of ear piercing that is done on the inner ridge of cartilage that separates the ear canal and the outer ear. The rook is located above the daith piercing and below the helix piercing.
The jewelry for a rook piercing is typically a barbell or a captive bead ring, and it can be decorated with different types of beads, charms, or gems.
Like all body piercings, a rook piercing requires proper aftercare to minimize risk of infection and ensure a successful healing process. The healing time for a rook piercing is typically around 4 to 12 months.
It is important to seek out a professional, experienced piercer for any body piercing, including a rook piercing, to reduce the risk of complications and ensure a safe, successful experience.
Walk-Ins are always welcome at Iron Palm. Call 404-973-7828 or stop by for a free consultation with an Iron Palm body piercer.