Piercing (from the English bodypiercings - body punctures) is a puncture of one or another part of the body with a special needle. An ornament, usually an earring, is inserted into the punctured hole. Most often, the earlobes, nostrils and navel are pierced. Subject to compliance with all the rules and regulations of hygiene and high qualifications of the specialist performing the procedure, the piercing is completely safe for health. Is everything so cloudless from the point of view of the human factor?
Piercing is not addictive. The most common lodge in piercing history. Some experts argue that only three punctures can be safe for the human psyche. More jewelry in the body will inevitably lead to addiction, similar to a drug.
The puncture heals within a week. The puncture, although small, is nevertheless a wound, in addition to everything else, constantly irritated by a foreign body. It is reliably known that pierced ears, for example, heal at least a month, and the navel or nipples even longer.
Gold or silver must be inserted into a fresh puncture. Gold and silver are certainly the noblest of metals. But, unfortunately, it also has properties to oxidize, thereby causing the puncture to rot. The best option is a special alloy of metals called medical or surgical steel.
Jewelry of any thickness and configuration can be inserted into the puncture. The piercing industry produces many different types of jewelry, each for its own place. And this is not a trivial trend of fashion, but a necessity that ensures rapid healing of wounds and a relative guarantee of maintaining the correctness of punctures.
Work guarantee - 100%! Each person has their own unique anatomical features. For this reason, it is simply impossible to predict the course of the procedure. It follows from this that only charlatans can give one hundred percent guarantee.
The safest place to pierce is the eyebrow. It is reliably known that rather large nerve endings pass in the eyebrow area. If the master gets into this very nerve with a needle, the consequences will be dire, and the face will be distorted so that only a plastic surgeon can restore it.
Tongue piercing causes sexual arousal during oral sex. If it does, it is not at all significant. The fact is that the place on the tongue where the jewelry is inserted is deep enough in the mouth. Therefore, in technical terms, the efficiency is minimal. It will not work to make a hole in a more advantageous place of the tongue. Since there are two large arteries in the tongue, the displacement of the puncture site will damage one of them, as a result of which the lover of sexual sensations will simply choke on his own blood.
Piercing needles and jewelry are non-allergenic. The organism of every person is not repeatable. For this reason, anything can cause allergies in some people. There have been cases when people were taken away by ambulance directly from the piercer's office with a wild rash or swollen tongue. Be careful!