How Is Tongue Piercing Done?

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The process of piercing the tongue is as follows: a tiny clamp is placed onto the tongue to ensure it is held firm and to get the ring in the right place. A needle is then pushed through the held tongue and finally the bar follows. This piercing is normally done along the tongue's mid-line.
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A small clamp is put onto your tongue to get it in the right place, then, a needle is pushed through your tongue, followed by the bar.
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To pierce a tongue you should have a professional do the piercing. To do it yourself you purchasing a piercing kit. The kits should include forceps, sterile piercing needles, tweezers
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I don't know I've never had my tongue pierced, but I have had my nose pierced that was fine, but when I had my top ear pierced that gave me lots of trouble!
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1. Locate a member of the Association of Professional Piercers (APP) in your area to make sure your piercing is performed properly. Visit the shop and ask to see the piercer's portfolio
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A small clamp is put onto your tongue to get it in the right place, then, a needle is pushed through your tongue, followed by the bar. ...
A small clamp is put onto your tongue to get it in the right place, then, a needle is pushed through your tongue, followed by the bar. ...
Tongue piercing, done by an experienced professional body piercer, in a controlled environment, with a client who's tongue is acceptable for piercing, is safe. ...
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