Below the cut are some pictures of a rejecting surface piercing.
Surface piercings can take a long time to heal and are prone to rejection and migration. This is an example is located in a hip area where the client found she knocked them quite a lot.
A slight difference from other rejecting surface bars is that the jewellery was still flush with the skin, but due to it getting knocked in the middle of the piece, the skin between the ends has begun to grow thinner. Removal for the piercing in this type of situation is suggested and a more in depth look into what caused the rejection and how to help reduce the scarring