A tongue piercing is actually always 16 mm long and 1.6 mm thick. The tongue piercing is also one of the few piercings where such an unambiguous standard can be named.
Hereof, what is the longest tongue ring bar?
Barbell length for tongue piercing can vary between 10mm (0,39in) and 18mm(0,70in) depending on the thickness of your tongue. Note that the most common barbell length for tongue piercing tend to be 16mm(0,62in).
Beside this, what size tongue ring do they Pierce?
Typically, the tongue piercing will be done using a 14-gauge/ 14G tongue piercing ring made of high/ medical-grade titanium or even a 14K gold barbell that measures 7/8 of an inch. This is the size recommended for the initial tongue piercing ring, but that changes when the piercing has healed.
What not to do after getting your tongue pierced?
On the flip side, don’t:
- use tongue scrapers.
- play with your jewelry.
- engage in french kissing or oral sex until the piercing has completely healed.
- play contact sports with your jewelry in your tongue.
- smoke or drink alcohol during the healing process.
A standard tongue piercing is a little easier to care for because placing the piercing in the centre of the tongue is safer. There is less contact with teeth and the inside of the mouth, so the initial healing period is faster with swelling reducing in just 2-4 weeks.
The main benefit of BioFlex tongue bars is that they are soft and flexible. This means that they do not push against your teeth like a metal bar and you cannot chip your teeth on them. … Reduces healing times when compared to metal jewellery. Bends with the body.
Can I damage my teeth or gums? Yes, you can. Much like lip or labret piercings, tongue piercings also have the potential to cause damage to your teeth. … Since most damage comes from wearing jewelry that is too long—such as extra-long barbells rubbing against gums, biting the barbell, playing with the jewelry, etc.
When used for oral sex, the small metal ball or tongue ring that is on the tip of the ring will add pressure, tease, and bring a new sensation to the experience for your lover. People that use them seem to get off on the fact that their partner enjoys oral sex so much.
Avoiding Problems: A few temporary lifestyle changes can also help you avoid some serious complications after having tour tongue pierced. This includes avoiding oral sex while your piercing site is healing. Do not have things like chewing like chewing gums or mints while the tongue is healing is also advisable.
Substances like aspirin, caffeine and alcohol can increase swelling, bleeding and pain; you should avoid them during the healing process. For adventurous eaters, hot, spicy, salty and acidic foods are also on the list of no-go items while your tongue recovers.
With mouth jewelry, plaque get a new place to hide. It’s harder to brush around studs in the tongue or rings in the lips, so plaque can build up over time. If you don’t clean your oral piercing regularly, your breath can start to stink as a result. Mouth piercings increase saliva production.
If you (or your teenager) have just had a tongue piercing, you might see a white coating on your tongue. It’s normal bacterial growth that you can reduce with antifungal mouthwash, like Nystatin (like Nystop®).