Oral Piercing

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Oral piercings are piercings in and around the mouth. Inside the mouth, these include:

Many oral piercings are actually only "half oral" in that one half of the piercing is inside the mouth and the other half outside. In these cases, the aftercare is two-fold, with the inside being treated like a tongue piercing and the outside being treated like a body piercing. These piercings include:

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Category page: Category:Oral Piercings.
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