Experts say that it can affect the gums, causing fractures in the teeth or tongue , even cancer
Original source: Cadena Ser
Spanish dentists have warned of the risk of piercings in the mouth. They could eventually affect the gums, cause chipped teeth and even cause cancer of the tongue .
In just two years, pierced lips could begin to show a clear loss of gum, one of the most feared injuries to dentists. However, the worst cases are caused by piercings of the tongue, inform the General Dentist Council
The most extreme cases are found with the uvula piercings, at the upper throat together with the latest trend of carving teeth simulating a shark. These are all dangerous trends with serious unintended consequences.