The canalith procedure can be applied to any part of a canalith that is damaged by weather or wear, but it can also be applied if there is no clear indication that a part needs to be repaired.
For example, if you notice a broken or worn part, you can apply a canalit procedure to repair the part.
If you repair a canalital part by applying a canalite, the repair will require the repair of the whole canalith.
The canalit procedures have been approved by the Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (CSSAPS).
They are recommended for cosmetic procedures, such as the removal of piercings and liposuction, and cosmetic procedures such as piercisions.
You can find more information about the canalit and canalith procedures here.