Septum Piercing General Info + FAQ TatRing

A septum piercing is a piercing that goes through the nasal septum, which separates the left and right nostrils. The piercing needle goes through the thin piece of flesh towards the front of your nose, beyond the cartilage. This is called the "columella," but is often referred to as the "sweet spot."…

A Guide to Septum Piercings: Info and Healing

May 31, 2019 · Septum piercings, as you may know, are named after the part of the nose where they're located. Your septum is a thin wall of cartilage that runs down the center of your nose, separating your right and left nostrils. A septum piercing, however, shouldn't penetrate the cartilage. It should go through the softer space of tissue just below the septum.…

The truth about septum piercings

Jul 12, 2019 · Piercing the septum in the west also has different connotations than it does/did in the east, according to Dr. Manny Alvarez. "In other cultures, nose piercings sometimes have cultural significance or are considered medicinal," he penned in an article in Fox News. "But in the US they're strictly ornamental for most people."Author: Cat Lafuente…