ANSWERS: 2
  • Interesting Jan. 25
  • Some piercings naturally heal better than others. Lip, Tongue, Labret, and other oral piercings tend to heal a lot quicker than things such as cartilage or surface piercings. With any piercing, the longer you have it and keep jewelry in it, the longer it will take to close. If a piercing is fully healed, you
    • Tom Jackson
      My complete answer didn't show up, so here it is again: Some piercings naturally heal better than others. Lip, Tongue, Labret, and other oral piercings tend to heal a lot quicker than things such as cartilage or surface piercings. With any piercing, the longer you have it and keep jewelry in it, the longer it will take to close. If a piercing is fully healed, you?ve had the jewelry in place for longer than a year, and you take the jewelry out, chances are very good that the hole will shrink, but not close completely and look as if it were never there. You will likely always see a small divot where the jewelry was placed in the skin. http://www.almostfamouspiercing.com/will-my-piercing-holes-ever-close/ And the cable tv show Botched indicated that a very large ear piercing in the ear lope requires plastic surgery to correct..
    • Ice man
      Thanks. I'd been looking at photos of some really bizarre piercings, like one where this guy stuck his (forked) tongue out of a hole in the side of his cheek, and I had to ask.
    • Tom Jackson
      I saw a show on some sort of reality TV as I was flipping channels. Guy had his tongue cut so it functioned as a snake's. Mildly interesting, but I kept flipping.

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