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A labret is one form of body piercing. Taken literally, it is any type of adornment that is attached to the facial lip (labrum) The traditional pronunciation of labret in anthropology is /ˈleɪbrɨt/ LAY-brət. It derives from the Latin labrum "lip" and the diminutive suffix -et. — “Labret - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Labret piercings are pierced with a labret stud and can pierced in the center or off-center. Vertical labret piercings go through the center of the bottom lip, parallel to the tissue. — “Lip piercing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
A medusa piercing is an upper lip piercing, very similar to a labret piercing; it is placed in the philtrum, directly under the septum of the nose. It is typically pierced using a labret stud as jewellery, with the ball sitting outside of the mouth in the dip of the top lip. — “Medusa piercing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org