In a navel piercing or a nipple piercing, the location of the piercing determines the aesthetics of the piercing results. With a tongue piercing, the location determines far more than just the appearance of the pierced tongue. An improper location for a tongue piercing can have an affect on the speech pattern of the person wearing the tongue piercing. An improper location for a tongue piercing can also affect the chewing abilities of the person with the tongue piercing.
A tongue piercing should go on the midline of the tongue. It should not, however, be placed too far towards the front of the tongue. That would make it difficult for the person with the tongue piercing to make all of the sounds in normal speech patterns.
A tongue piercing should also not go too far towards the back of the tongue. Of course no one wants to gag on a piece of jewelry, but that is not the main reason for the avoidance of a piercing far to the rear of the tongue. Rather, the piercing artist must not let the jewelry come in contact with the individual
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