Our Bioflex Labret Studs make it easy to keep your labret piercings looking and feeling great. They are flexible and biocompatible – perfect for difficult piercings, X-rays and visits to the dentist.
Likewise, do labret piercings ruin your teeth?
The location of the labret makes the jewelry particularly susceptible to chomping, which can break your front teeth. Since you’ll have to wear a larger labret stud during the first few weeks, you’ll need to take extra care during this time.
Besides, how long does a labret take to heal?
about 6 to 8 weeks
How much is a labret piercing?
How Much Does a Labret Piercing Cost? In the US, labret piercings range from $20 – $90.
The simple answer: yes, you can.
Dahlia piercings will emphasize the corners of your mouth, and has the effect of making full lips look fuller, but thin lips look particularly long and thin.
Although you may love the look of your new piercing, you will need to change it out two to four weeks after you get it as the initial studs used for lip piercings are larger to accommodate any initial swelling. … Wash your hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap and water to prevent infection as you change the piercing.
Bioplast is a trademarked medical grade plastic that is biocompatible, flexible and optimal for healing your piercings as it contains no nickel. Bioplast can be autoclaved, meaning you can get your initial piercing with it.
BioFlex™ is an Innovative Plastic that Reduces Environmental Impact by Throwing It Away! BioFlex™ products are different than conventional plastic packaging which can neither be efficiently recycled, composted, or disposed of in landfills without being costly, time-consuming or environmentally damaging.
Arguably, titanium is more biocompatible than gold. But, we aren’t implanting things inside your heart- its a body piercing. And most piercers are going to be using titanium posts anyway for the piece that actually passes through the piercing, so just the front or decorative end will be gold in many cases.