Just had teeth pulled for the fourth time in my life 20 replies

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CyberRaptor

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#1 11 years ago

Bringing the total removed to 20, if you include the baby teeth pulled from the first time I went in for the surgery. This time it was all four of my wisdom teeth. My gums are still bleeding from it. Very annoying.




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#2 11 years ago

Ugh.. I f*cking hate going to the dentist, even for regular check.. Good luck with the healing dude.




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#3 11 years ago

So do I, Jack, so do I. Well, I'm scared now. I can feel a Wisdom Tooth Coming In. Doesn't appear to be disrupting anything though.




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#4 11 years ago

It's a drag for sure, but don't let it scare you. I was nervous at first when they hooked up the IV, heart monitor, and oxygen. But then a strange calm came over me, and the next thing I knew I was waking up in the recovery room. If you ever have to go in for surgery, I think the most important thing is to just try to relax and take deep breaths.




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#5 11 years ago
CyberRaptor;3517271If you ever have to go in for surgery, I think the most important thing is to just try to relax and take deep breaths.

Freaking out tended to work for me when I needed surgery.

Getting wisdom teeth removed isn't too bad (top ones anyway, I heard that the bottom ones can hit nerves and make you lose your sense of taste sometimes). Getting one of my top ones removed just meant a few days of spitting out blood and lots of pudding. ... And stumbling like a jackass around the doctor's office after it got pulled.




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#6 11 years ago
CyberRaptor;3517271It's a drag for sure, but don't let it scare you. I was nervous at first when they hooked up the IV, heart monitor, and oxygen. But then a strange calm came over me, and the next thing I knew I was waking up in the recovery room. If you ever have to go in for surgery, I think the most important thing is to just try to relax and take deep breaths.

Anasthetics don't work to well with me. When I was young, I had an extra tooth pulled, and the Docter gave me some anasthetics, they didn't work, and I was awake for the entire operation. *Shivers*




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#7 11 years ago

i never really minded getting my teeth pulled, tho i dont have any wisdom teeth....yet...




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#8 11 years ago

How funny my brother just did the same thing today and was bleeding for a long time as well.




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#9 11 years ago

Well you get pain killers afterwards, so just down a few and mellow out. I think I need to get my wisdom teeth pulled, I'll either use them painkillers for fun or sell them and make some cash. As far as I'm concerned, booze will keep those wounds sterile-ish and relatively painfree.




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#10 11 years ago

Wait, it's actually an entire operation for you guys when a tooth gets pulled? Last time it happened to me, I just got a shot of anasthetic and it got pulled out. No oxygen, no heart monitor, nothing.

It does suck, though. Heal soon, missing a tooth sucks.