Tongue piercing is often touted as a sexually stimulating accessory, according to The History Of. Many people claim that it enhances oral sex. Many varieties of tongue rings are available with attachments intended for sexual purposes.
Moreover, do tongue piercings affect kissing?
Swapping saliva brings in foreign bacteria, which can impede healing. And because the tongue swells, a larger barbell is initially used — usually for seven to 10 days — making kissing more difficult.
Besides, do tongue piercings make your breath smell?
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.
What a tongue piercing says about you?
Another piercing popularised in the 90s but much more of a commitment than the tummy piercing because everyone sees it. … So a tongue piercing suggests high levels of commitment and a pretty active sex life.
The American Dental Association recommends against tongue piercing. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but the ADA recommends against tongue piercing because of risks including “swelling, bleeding, infection, chipped or damaged teeth, gingivial recession, lacerations/scarring, hypersalivation, etc.”
How much does the tongue piercing hurt? The tongue may seem like it would be sensitive, but most report relatively low piercing pain. With an experienced piercer, you will feel a pinch, but they’ll conduct the procedure quickly, so it will be fast. The real pain comes in the days immediately afterward.
Tongue piercings seem pretty trashy to me. I like tongue piercings, and in fact had one myself for 12 years. On girls, I think it looks pretty hot, and the one girl I hooked up with who had one used it well enough. The biggest con is that most guys find them unattractive.
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.
Unfortunately, yes. A tongue piercing can cause damage to teeth. Piercings are usually hard metal, which inside the mouth can cause damage. Biting down onto the piercing or playing with it can result in scratching or chipping teeth, as well as increased tooth sensitivity.