Subdermal Implants

Subdermal implants allow you to get Klingon-like forehead ridges, or horns, or whatever else your crazy ass desires. In the extreme body modification community, this is the holy grail. The article has said that some “artists” have combined the implants with tattoos to get “beautiful or terrible effects.” To install them the practitioner uses a scalpel to place molded silicon or implant grade Teflon under the skin. The bottom line is that this procedure is a small surgery and tattoo artists are not medically trained surgeons. One slip of the scalpel and you are irreparably scarred for life. Hey, but looking like a Klingon is worth it, right?


  1. I’m not sure what to think of this. On some level, it’s not much different than conventional cosmetic surgery. I’m watching Dr. 90210 right now coincidentially. Getting grossed out watching someone get a set 2 quart boob implants removed. That’s a gallon of fake boobs total. Yuk. Compared to that, a set of little horns on the forhead seems normal.

    #1 by Meerenai — March 11, 2006 @ 2:13 pm

  2. there is more involved than you write about here. i have numerous implants and not a single one of them was just a simple cut or done by a tattoo artist….

    #2 by bethanie zellars — July 24, 2007 @ 7:17 pm

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