body piercing

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body piercing

n.

bod′y pierc`ing


n.
the piercing of a part of the body other than the ear, as the navel, in order to insert an ornamental ring or stud.
[1975–80]
Translations

bod·y pierc·ing

n. perforación con un objeto metálico o plástico de una parte del cuerpo.
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It's concerning that a third of young people with intimate piercings have reported complications following a procedure.
The change will come under the Public Health (Wales) Act 2017, making it an offence to arrange or perform intimate piercings on children and young people.
The Welsh Government said a study in England found that complications were reported with around a third of all body piercings in people aged 16-24.
Piercings are done on the clitoris, the labia majora and the labia minora and bullrings and barbells inserted.
There was a moat around the stage and the bartender had light up nipple piercings and I was walking over to see the nipple piercings.
The most common examples of physical modification are tattoos and piercings.
Of students with current piercings, high-ear cartilage (53%) was the most common visible piercing, followed by navel (38%), tongue (13%), and nipple and genital (9%) piercings," according to the report.
This issue of The Dental Assistant journal covers everything from oral piercings to creating videos.
The perioperative healthcare professional is familiar with the safety issues for the surgical patient with traditional piercings but how many of us are familiar with the sub-dermal, trans-dermal and micro-dermal piercing and implant?
TONGUE piercings could be banned for children under the age of 16 in Wales.
CAREY Mulligan said she will steer her daughter away from tattoos, piercings and make-up when she's older.
The number of students who had both piercings and tattoos was 18 (1.