The piercing that is located above the chin is a Labret* ( *Latin for lip ) however there are various other piercings in the area of the mouth, that were also called a Labret piercing or Lip piercing.
Yes a vertical labret is on the lip surface to the lip edge, a labret is on the lower lip below the lip edge so having the two should not be an issue.
If it's a vertical Labret piercing then it's a curved barbell, if it's a standard lip piercing it can be a labret stud or a ring.
They are called Bio-Plast labret studs, they are a bio-compatable plastic labret stud. www.wildcat.co.uk
Labret is Latin for "lip" , a labret piercing was defined as a centerline lower lip piercing placed just below the center of the lower lip, they jewellery designed for this piercing is called a Labret stud a flat back stud with a removable top, screw on ball.A labret piercing in a piercing between the center of the lower lip and chin.
Well it's actually a Labret piercing taken from the latin word for lip. A Labret piercing is a piercing in the lip done with a Labret stud, captive bead ring or barbell.
Yes, of course you can. I like wearing labret posts in my ear piercings because of the flat backs.
A Labret bar as you call it is a Labret stud designed to be used in Labret piercings or oral piercings such as the Monroe, Medusa, Lowbret. It has a disc on one side and a shaft with internal or external threads to accept a threaded ball or threaded jewelled ball. The shaft must be sized to the client by the professional piercer to allow for swelling and proper healing. Labret is latin for lip, confused as french it is actually medical latin.
He used to have one.