From BME Encyclopedia
Revision as of 21:39, 19 May 2006 by Sauterelle
The rook piercing is an ear piercing through the fold of cartilage between the inner and outer conch (the anti-helix). Care must be taken with it during healing, as it is easy to contaminate (and damage) from things like telephones touching it.
- Construction Piercing
- used in Alaska and other areas.
- a Local Term used by Gauntlet for the Rook piercing, named after employee Eric Niles.
- Scaffold Piercing
- common in the United Kingdom and Australia.