Tongue Piercing

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Tongue Piercing

A Tongue piercing is a type of body modification where the tongue is pierced to insert jewelry, typically in the center of the tongue near its midline. When it comes to jewelry options for a tongue piercing, straight barbells are the most common choice due to their practicality and ease of insertion. These barbells come in various lengths and diameters to accommodate individual tongue sizes comfortably.


The service prices for a Tongue piercing is $50 and the jewellery starts at $45. You will want to start with a longer pierce to accommodate swelling and switch to a shorter and possibly gold pierce when it fully heals.


The healing process for a Tongue piercing typically takes around 4 to 6 weeks, although individual healing times may vary. During this time, proper aftercare is crucial to prevent infection and promote healing. Aftercare typically involves rinsing the mouth with a saline solution or non-alcoholic mouthwash several times a day, avoiding spicy or acidic foods that may irritate the piercing, and refraining from smoking or drinking alcohol, which can hinder the healing process. While some swelling, discomfort, and increased saliva production are normal during the initial healing period, clients should monitor for signs of infection, such as persistent pain, swelling, or unusual discharge, and seek professional assistance if needed. With proper care and attention, a tongue piercing can heal successfully, allowing individuals to enjoy their unique oral adornment safely.


The placement of a Tongue piercing involves puncturing the tongue from top to bottom, avoiding major blood vessels and nerves. This positioning allows for the jewelry to be comfortably accommodated while minimizing the risk of complications. Tongue piercings are popular for their unique and edgy appearance, often serving as a bold form of self-expression.

Tongue Piercing

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