Labret Healing ?? Forum

Dec 30, 2004 · How do you know if your labret is too short?? Mine has been in for 3 weeks and it still sinks into my lip and gets covered with skin. I have to constantly push it back out. The ball is fine, as is the outside of my lip. Just wondering if a longer stud would stop it from sinking into my lip....or if that's how it is suppossed to be?? Thanks…

Is my lip stud too short? Yahoo Answers

Jun 14, 2008 · I got my lip pierced yesterday afternoon, and it was fine. Barely hurt, and hardly swollen. Now today its really, really swollen and theres alot of dark bruising on the inside, which I believe is normal? Problem is, my stud seems to be too short, and is pressed into my skin on the inside of my lip now. It's sore, but thats expected with a new piercing.…

Lip stud too short? - Body Jewellery Shop

Dec 23, 2006 · Lip stud too short? I had my lower lip pierced (to the left of my mouth, just under the lip line) with a stud (labret?) a few days ago. The swelling has gone down significantly since the first day, but when I look at the inside of my lip, I can see that the disc on the back is practically burrowing into my lip! It's made an indent into the ...…

Will this go away or is my bar too small? : piercing

Will this go away or is my bar too small? Close. 7. Posted by 5 years ago. ... Just had my labret pierced 48 hours ago and I'm noticing the flat part on the inside is wearing down the inside of my lip. Is this normal for a fresh piercing or should I get a bigger bar? ... the bar is too short. Being noticeably swollen for the first 1-2 weeks is ...…

Lip Piercing Care Painfulpleasures Inc

The only exception is if you're having a jewelry-related lip piercing problem, like an allergic reaction or significant swelling that's rendered your lip stud too short or that's causing your lip ring to cut into your lip. Cleaning Your Lip Piercing. In the past, piercers used to frequently recommend cleaning new piercings with antibacterial soap.…

Lip/stud piercing? Yahoo Answers

Nov 30, 2007 · A stud that is too short is a serious danger to your health and your piercing, not to mention it will hurt like hell. On the bright side your piercer will likely be willing to change your jewlery for you in a couple of weeks once your swelling has gone down and then you can wear the stud of your choosing, provided its long enough for your lip.…