The Frowny and Smiley Lower Frenulum Lip Piercings
What is a lower frenulum piercing?
A lower Frenulum Piercing is a type of mouth piercing that involves the lower part of the Frenulum, which is a thin band of tissue on the underside of the tongue. The Frenulum can be pierced to create different looks for your mouth. This piercing usually takes less than an hour and doesn’t require any special equipment. Lower Frenula Piercings are typically done in people who want something unique and daring with their lip look. They’re popular among drag queens and cross-dressers because they give them an ultra-flirty appearance often confined with an upper frenulum piercing.
What are the benefits of a lower frenulum piercing?
A lower frenulum piercing can provide many benefits for both partners in the bedroom. The piercing increases sexual pleasure by allowing more contact between the clitoris and the urethra. This can lead to increased arousal and an intense orgasm. It also decreases anxiety levels as it allows people to communicate openly about their desires and needs with their partner. Lastly, it makes sex much more enjoyable for those with difficulties such as vaginismus or penile dysfunctions due to scarring from other surgeries or injuries.
What are the risks of a lower frenulum piercing?
Piercings in the lower frenulum can be risky due to the fact that they can become infected easily. Infection occurs when bacteria enters through a wound and causes an infection. This is especially common with piercings in areas that are close to other parts of your body (such as your mouth or nose). If an infection does occur, it can spread quickly and be very difficult to treat. In some cases, infections may even lead to death. Therefore, it’s important not only to avoid getting pierced in this area in the first place, but also make sure you get treated if something does happen.
How is the piercing done?
The Frowny and Smiley Lower Frenulum Lip Piercings are done using a standard surgical procedure. The patient is usually awake during the entire process, which takes about an hour. The doctor makes a small incision in the lower lip, inserts a metal bar through the wound, and pulls on the ends of the pierced lip to open it up. Then, he or she places the jewelry inside the lip opening.
What is the healing process like?
The healing process for a lower frenulum lip piercing typically is painless. However, there may be some minor discomfort during the healing process. The piercing will heal over time and should feel more comfortable after about two weeks. There are no special instructions necessary after the surgery other than to avoid excessive activity or lifting heavy objects until the wound has healed completely.
Are there any aftercare instructions I need to follow?
It’s important to follow aftercare instructions properly in order to ensure a successful healing process. These instructions can vary depending on the type of piercing you’ve had, but usually involve regular cleaning and wearing of a bandage or compression garment. It’s also important not to touch the area until it heals fully – this includes avoiding contact with other people or pets.
How much does a lower frenulum piercing cost?
The price for a lower frenulum piercing will vary depending on the type and size of the piercing. The cost can range from around $100 to $600, depending on where you get it done and what materials are used.
Where can I get a lower frenulum piercing?
Lower Frenulum Piercings can be found at many different places, including tattoo parlors and piercers. They’re usually relatively painless, although they may require a few days to heal properly. Lower Frenulum Piercings are popular because they look really cool and add some personality to your face.
What are some lower frenulum piercing jewelry options?
There are a variety of lower frenulum piercing jewelry options available, including barbells, dangles, and plugs. Each has its own unique benefits and drawbacks that you may want to consider before making a decision.
Barbells are the most common type of lower Frenulum piercing jewelry because they’re easy to wear and provide a solid amount of piercings with minimal discomfort. However, they can be bulky and require regular cleaning. Dangle piercings are similar to barbells in terms of their simplicity but offer more mobility due to the fact that they hang down below your lip instead of being attached directly on top like a barbell does. Plugs are another popular option because they’re small enough to be worn discreetly but still provide plenty of stimulation for your Lower Frenulum Piercing (LFP). They also come in various shapes and sizes so you can find one that’s perfect for you.
What are some things to consider before getting a lower frenulum piercing?
Before getting a lower frenulum piercing, it’s important to decide on the location and type of jewelry you want. There are two types of Lower Frenulum piercings – horizontal and vertical. Horizontal piercings go down the middle of your lip while vertical piercings go through the bottom lip near the teeth (see image below). You should also think about what kind of healing time you’re willing to tolerate – some people prefer quicker healing times while others can wait longer. Finally, be aware that there are risks associated with Lower Frenulum piercings including infection and scarring. If you have any questions or concerns about these procedures, please consult with a doctor or specialist first.