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A tongue piercing does not damage the teeth unless the actual metal piercing rubs against or touches the tongue many times.

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How does a tongue piercing affect you?

if your tongue is between your front teeth when you suck it, you get an open bite. your front teeth can also stick out. i suck my tongue too but instead of it between my teeth, i fold my tongue in half and then suck it. that caused me to have an overbite because somehow in folding my tongue and sucking it, it caused my lower jaw to go in hence my overbite.

Does body jewelry have to be taken out for wisdom teeth extractions?

No. Unless you have a tongue piercing.

Does it matter how large your tongue is in order to pierce it?

When you go to book your appointment have the piercer look at your tongue before hand to tell you if there is enough free room for a tongue piercing. If you are told there is not enough room, then take that as fact and find something else to get done. Be aware that there are some less than reputable piercers who will attempt to pierce a tongue that just doesn't have the safe room for a piercing. This can cause damage to the gums and teeth more than a standard tongue piercing would cause.

May a 14 year old get a tongue piercing?

In most places, a minor would need parental consent to get a tongue piercing. It's important to consider the risks and potential complications associated with tongue piercings, such as infection, swelling, and damage to teeth or gums. It's recommended to consult with a reputable piercer and discuss the decision with a parent or guardian before proceeding.

If you have cavities is it safe to get your tongue pierced?

Well oral hygiene is very important to the health healing of tongue piercings, there exists a higher risk of dental damage to teeth that have cavities. Be sure once the swelling goes down to get the shortest barbell put into the piercing when you can, this will reduce the risk of dental damage.

What is tongue piercing?

A tongue piercing is a piercing through the tongue or any part of the tongue, including the web underneath.

Can a burn victim grow their tongue back?

If the tongue suffers severe damage. This is the kind of damage beyond tongue piercing, for example. The tongue contains a regenerative feature that allows the tongue to grow back into its original form with little scar tissue.

When you pierce your tongue does it damage your teeth?

Actually piercing your tongue does not damage your teeth. However, over time the enamel on your teeth can be worn down by the constant rubbing and bumping of the metal against the back of your teeth, or sometimes the front if you are putting the ring through your teeth constantly. The best way to prevent it is to not "play" with the tongue ring between your teeth, and also try using plastic balls instead of the metal ones, which aren't as bad, but still may cause some damage.

Do you sound different when your tongue is pierced?

Yes. If you listen to people who have had this done you will notice they lisp with some words and actually have problems with some sounds. The piercing will also damage your teeth when the metal hits the tooth.

What do you if you get a puss pocket in your tongue after a tongue a piercing?

what do you if you get a puss pocket in your tongue after a tongue a piercing"

Can a tongue be too short to get a tongue piercing?

For a properly placed tongue piercing the tongue should be able to extend past the lower teeth by at least 3/4 to 1 inch. Piercing a tongue that can be extended can lead to sever dental damage and gun erosion so having something to pierce is always a safer and smarter way to go. Please be sure to leave tongue piercing to trained and experienced professional body piercers. Placement and prepiercing hygiene is critical to ensuring a safe tongue piercing.

What are the risks of a double tongue piercing?

* Double the infection * Ripping a hole in your tongue * More metal banging around your teeth enamel * Talking funny * Biting your tongue accidentally