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Glitter ball titanium curved barbell, 12 ga


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  • Gauge (Thickness): 12 (2.0mm)
  • Material: acrylic
  • Material: surgical grade solid titanium
  • Type: curved barbell

Shown: 11mm curved barbell with 5mm balls.



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Uvula

The uvula is the little «punching bag» in the back of the throat. Most piercers feel that the risks of performing the piercing are too great to even consider performing the piercing.

Both discussed the risks of injesting and inhaling jewelry, risk of infection travelling upwards into the sinuses, and the risks of swelling creating an airway blockage.

While technically not the first person to perform the piercing, Jon Cobb is credited as the inventor and promoter of this piercing having performed about a dozen. Jon Cobb says that it is a dangerous piercing and he does not recommend trying it. He no longer performs uvula piercings.

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