Vertical Lowbret Piercing

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Vertical Lowbret
Vertical Lowbret

The vertical lowbret piercing starts inside the mouth between the lower lip and the teeth (not behind the teeth as with a Mandible piercing) and travels straight down, exiting on the lower edge of the jawline. This piercing is usually done with a straight or very slightly bent barbell 1.5" to 2" in length depending on Anatomy.

Healing is usually uneventful, although the piercing can be quite sore at first. Gum erosion is also a risk depending on placement. In some cases there may be some transfer of fluid from inside the mouth to the outside of the piercing.

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