There may be discomfort during the procedure and that is normal. The pain is typically bearable and may last for less than a week. The swelling also takes almost a week to subside. After a week, the pain is only felt if the piercing is pulled or tugged.
Simply so, how long do you have to wait to give oral after a tongue piercing?
Similarly, how do I know if my tongue piercing is infected?
Redness or swelling that extends beyond the
- uncomfortable swelling.
- persistent warmth.
- severe pain.
- excessive bleeding.
- pus or yellow discharge.
- bump at the front or back of the piercing.
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.
I am told it does not really hurt to have the tongue pierced, and the benefits are somewhat obvious. 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.
If the tongue piercing is removed for even one night, it will partially close up as it is a muscle, which is very unlike ear piercings. It should close up, but just like trachs, some close and some don’t. If it doesn’t close after about a year it should be evaluated for a surgical closure if it is causing problems.
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®).
Some other strategies that can speed healing include:
- brushing the teeth regularly to keep the mouth clean.
- rinsing the piercing after each meal.
- not smoking.
- minimizing talking during the first few days.
- not playing with or touching the piercing.
Pain, as well as a range of other healing symptoms, are perfectly normal after getting a tongue piercing. You can expect the pain to last up to one month, decreasing with time. Tongue swelling usually lasts three to five days but can reduce that by drinking cold liquids.
|Piercing Type||Piercing Fee||Total Cost|
|Surface||$40||Starts at $110+Tax|
|Tongue||$30||Starts at $68+Tax|
|Tragus||$30||Starts at $68+Tax|
|Genital||$40||Starts at $80+Tax|
Treatment for keloids
- Corticosteroids: This type of medicine can help shrink the keloid. …
- Surgery: A specialist can surgically remove the keloid. …
- Laser treatment: Laser treatment can help flatten the keloid scar and make it fade.
- Cryotherapy: This treatment is appropriate to use on small keloids.
Rejection depends on the person’s immune system and how well the piercing heals. But, the body tends to reject some types of piercings more often than others. Surface piercings are the most common types of piercing to be rejected by the body. … Non-surface piercings include the earlobe, ear cartilage, lip, or tongue.
A new piercing can be tender, itchy and slightly red and can remain so for a few weeks. A pale, odourless fluid may sometimes discharge from the piercing and form a crust. This should not be confused with pus, which would indicate infection.
Keloids are little bumps that occur around the site of a piercing caused by excess scar tissue, usually on the entrance or exit of the piercing.