yes they will if you play with the piercings alot For the first couple of weeks after getting your lip pierced, it will rub against your teeth because it has to be long to allow for swelling. However, after you put the right size stud or ring in, it should sit comfortably against your lip and not rub. If it still does, you probably need to go down another size. If you play with it a lot, it will start to stratch the enamel off your teeth, but even then, to actually damage your teeth a lot, it would take something like 20 years before you even noticed.
Yes you can. Tongue piercings won't mess up the alignment of your teeth. The only problems that they cause are tooth enamel and gum erosion behind your teeth and if you bit the ball then you could chip your teeth. The only problems may come from when you get a permanent retainer placed behind your teeth. Also, if you get a removable retainer it could wear away at that too.
Chip is the one with a black nose, like a chocolate chip, and Dale has a red nose. Chip has two centered prominent teeth while Dale has buck teeth. Dale has ruffled fur on his head, while Chip does not. In Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, Chip wears a fedora and leather jacket, like Indiana Jones, while Dale wears a Hawaiian shirt.
As with any piercing, there is a risk of infection, Hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS. Hep and HIV aren't problems if your piercer autoclaves their jewelery and has a clean shop. There's also a chance that your piercer will hit a vein but that's more common with off-center or venom tongue piercings. Theres also the risk of tooth/gum erosion. That usually affects the back of your bottom teeth. If you wear metal balls or really long jewelry, you cold also chip your teeth. So, there are a lot of risks but if you're responsible, there shouldn't be a huge problem!
A bone chip occurs in horses when they either bang against something and a sliver of bone pops off the main bone or they are worked harder than their bodies can handle and a bone chip breaks off. The location of the bone chip and any type of surgical history will factor into whether the horse can be ridden or not. You should have the horse Radiographed (X-Rays) and checked by a equine Veterinarian to see if the horse is sound for any type of riding.
You may need to shim the starter. When you turn the key the gear from the starter is slamming into the teeth on the flywheel. Did you get any shims with the new starter? If not you may need to buy some. You just want to shim it out just enough where the teeth from the starter and imbedded into the teeth on the flywheel. Not too much and not too little otherwise you will chip or break a tooth off. You are trying for a good mesh of teeth to teeth.
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