Location: A septril piercing is located through the "fistula" (healed tunnel of flesh) of a stretched septum piercing, and exits on the outside of the nose, usually just below the tip.
A septril piercing is a combination of a vertical tip/rhino and septum. This piercing requires a stretched septum worn with a curved barbell, in conjunction with a nose bone and an eyelet. When piercing, the needle goes through the septum piercing and exits through tip of nose.
Recommended Jewelry: Flat-back stud jewelry or small curved barbells. Custom-size tunnels or eyelets can be worn in the stretched portion of the septum. The septril itself can also be stretched using small acrylic or titanium plugs.
Healing Time: healing time will vary per person depending on the state of the fistula before piercing - consult your professional piercer for more information specific to your body.