"Cadavor Piercing"

I think that’s a Sprung or mandible piercing (boy, that encyclopedia entry needs to be updated — it’s a wiki, so feel free!) on this customer of Nickk Leading (Perforations, Denver CO), done using a three or four inch piece of tygon. Intense piercing!

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18 thoughts on “"Cadavor Piercing"

  1. OMG I only noticed 3 of the balls, then I spotted the one under her chin.
    Kool looking chest piece would like to have seen more of that.

  2. veronica: I”d assume based on the bottom chin portion that its either fresh or has a bit of scar tissue build up…Not sure which is the case since its somewhat hard to see.

  3. i really like the idea of a mandible piercing, i presume it would let alot of fluid out though. any adverse effects i would also be curious about.
    its very cool all the same and compliments her other piercings

  4. ive seen them.. but never thought about getting one…
    this kinda changed my mind…

    it looks gorgeous.

  5. I really like the look of that but personally I would go for a dermal anchor instead.

    Then again Im a sook when it comes to piercings.

  6. i need to clear something i did not do the Cadavor Piercing i did the other three on her face. when i submited i did not take credit for it, another piercer did that for her

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