When a piercing is fully located in the mouth, it means that both the enter and exit holes, as well as jewelry, are placed inside the mouth.
The most typical of these piercings is tongue piercing.
However, this is not the only way to have an oral piercing. A piercing can only be partially located in the mouth while the other side is located on the outside, such as on the lip or cheek.
Oral piercings require special aftercare and close attention because of the sensitive tissue and heightened risk of infections. It’s vital to perform aftercare with great care and to monitor your piercing for any potential problems.
Oral piercings include:
- Tongue piercing.
- Smiley piercing.
- Some rare piercings, such as frowny, uvula and other rare