Safe Body Piercing

Body Piercing done Safely

At Find A Better You Med Spa, your body piercings are dine in a clean, safe, and sterile environment with a professional piercer. 


Why Choose Us?

We want to have a safe place for people to come to and get a piercing. You normally see piercing done at tattoo parlors (which doesn't give off a safe and sterile feeling).

Here, we have a triple board certified doctor that owns Find A Better You Med Spa: Dr. James Sturm D.O. DABA, FIPP who is in the buildings and available for any questions about piercings.

Body Piercing by Doctor

Find out if Body Piercings is Right for You

How Much are Body Piercing?

All piercing are only $60-$100 per piercing
DEAL: Belly Piercings are $20 (only 20 spots)


Piercing Areas & Pain Levels
Healing Time & Jewelry Gauge

Antitragus Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge (12 gauge)
Pain Level: 5 out of 10

Auricle Piercing:

Healing Time: 3-9 months
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 7 out of 10

Belly Button Piercing (Navel):

Healing Time: 6-9 months
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 14-12 gauge
Pain Level: 4 out of 10

Conch Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 7 out of 10

Daith Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 6 out of 10

Earlobe Piercing:

Healing Time: 4-8 weeks or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 18-10 gauge
Pain Level: 3 out of 10

Ear Cartilage Piercing (Helix or Scapha):

Healing Time: 6-9 months
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 4 out of 10

Eyebrow Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-8 weeks or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16 gauge most common (12 gauge)
Pain Level: 3 out of 10

Forward Helix Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16 gauge (18-14 gauge can be used)
Pain Level: 5 out of 10

Industrial Bar Piercing:

Healing Time: 4-6 months
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 7 out of 10

Nipple Piercing:

Healing Time: Small - 3-4 months | Larger - 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 14 gauge is most common (12 gauge)
Pain Level: 8 out of 10

Nose Piercing:

Healing Time: 4-6 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 18-16 most common gauge
Pain Level: 5 out of 10

Rook Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 7 out of 10

Septum Piercing:

Healing Time: 4-8 weeks or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 7 out of 10

Snug Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 7 out of 10

Tragus Piercing:

Healing Time: 6-9 months or longer
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 18-16 (sometimes 14 gauge)
Pain Level: 6 out of 10

Transverse Lobe Piercing:

Healing Time: up to 10 months
Initial Jewelry Gauge: 16-14 gauge
Pain Level: 6 out of 10


Nose (Septum) Piercing example

Nose (Septum) Piercing

Navel (Belly Button) Piercing example

Navel Belly Button Piercing

Navel (Belly Button) Piercing example

Belly Button Navel Piercing

What to Expect on your Piercing Day

- Moral support is always good to have with you so bring a friend or family member with you. Relax, find something calming one hour before your appointment.

- Make sure you have a lite snack 1-2 hours beforehand.

- To assure you sugar levels are up, drinking a little bit of juice helps keep you from passing out.

- If you have diabetes make sure your sugar levels are stable.

- You must be sober.

- You can not be high. No use of marijuana before your appointments.


- Make sure you are healthy, no colds, flu or Covid or other health issues.

- Arrive on time.

- MUST have current driver's license or passport (Military IDs are not accepted, expired IDs will not be accepted)

- If you're a parent with a child you must bring a birth certificate and photo id for the child.(You must be the guardian (No step parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents cousins, best friends parents etc. Will not be accepted)

- Make sure you have the money for the piercing and tip.

Body Piercing

We will need to talk on the phone to schedule your appointment.
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