Anti Tragus Piercing in the lip and the ear (and wherever the anatomy and the jewelry match). So you can use the Anti Tragus Piercing, for example, in the earlobe or an Anti Tragus Piercing. A labret can be used on different parts of the body.
Most often, however, labrets are used in the lip and ear. Piercing is made of titanium. Titanium is usually a dark and dull material, but the PVD coating changes this fact. This means that the titanium’s good properties are retained, while you can choose the color of the jewelry yourself.
A PVD coating lasts better than a standard color coating Piercing. You can use this Piercing ideally in a fresh piercing, but also if you suffer from a nickel allergy. In fact, titanium is 100% nickel-free. Also, this labret is equipped with an internal thread, which is a great advantage because your skin cannot be scratched when using the jewelry.
Anti Tragus Piercing is, as the name suggests, anti, pierced “opposite” the tragus in the elevation above the earlobe. For an ear, Anti Tragus Piercing has a reasonably long puncture canal. Due to the poorly perfused cartilage tissue and the “long” puncture canal, the healing phase is often quite long.
A healing time of up to 6 months is not uncommon here. Piercing is also not a very common piercing, although (for my taste) a very lovely piercing can be.
Various types of Piercing are possible as an initial set, such as a ring / BCR, a horseshoe / BCB, or a banana / PTFE stick.
In my opinion, and my experience, the banana or the PTFE stick is the best for healing.
If you are looking for an alternative to the helix, tragus, or conch piercing, which is not so common now, you are right with Anti Tragus Piercing.