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Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by mp_addict19 on 29 December 2009 11:23pm
 
Monday I had my wisdom teeth out. I'm glad that it's over at least. But my lower right side his more sore than my left. I think it's because there's a nerve in the jaw and they probably got a little too close to it. The last thing I remember before I was put to sleep was sitting in the operating room with a blanket on me and the nurse putting the IV on. And it was rather chilly in that room, then I wake up in the other room. Anybody else got their wisdom teeth out? Care to share?
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by peripatetically on 29 December 2009 11:40pm
 
I had mine out too, but I didn't feel a thing. Of course, afterwards, most people have soreness. After all, the area has been traumatized by the 'big bad wolf'(dentist). hahaha
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by TERRY S on 30 December 2009 2:43am
 
I had mine removed when I was about 11 years old - I was ill for a week as the anesetic gas made very sick. Never again!
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by kazzzz on 30 December 2009 5:28am
 
l had all 4 out at once, was sedated and woke up in the middle of the procedure! All l can say is that it's a good way to lose weight. I couldn't eat for ages.
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by ev on 30 December 2009 4:28pm
 
This place often feels like some kind of ongoing group therapy session!

Oh what the hell, I have to get a tooth ripped out in a couple of weeks.

 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by mrsteabag on 30 December 2009 7:22pm
 
Poor love,get better soon.
My top two were no problem whatsoever. The bottom two were growing in at a weird angle. I was given laughing gas with Tylenol III for pain relief. My dentist looked like Larry Hagman and sounded like him, too. This was when "Dallas" was on the air just after the "Who Shot JR?" episode. The assistant's name, of course, was Kristin. I giggled so much he had to stop and ask, "Y'all having fun?" Then my dad and my brother had to respectively push and pull me up the stairs from the office after I'd treated everyone to my rendition of "One" to the canned version in the office. I was so f---ed up that I couldn't remember that two of my friends had stopped by when I snapped out of it the next day. Pain? Some, but not as bad as when I went to a party and ate chips. Not very bright :P.
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by TERRY S on 30 December 2009 7:41pm
 
My experience left me ill, but it was interesting, because I had an out-of-body experience. I could see everything that was going on. Which was un-nerving, to say the least.
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by Amaia on 30 December 2009 9:38pm
 
I had the four removed, not of my own choice, though. My cardiologist saw risks for my heart if there was to be any kind of infection during the growth of the teeth. :( So I had to remove them before they started to get out, and if I wasn't hurt much afterwards, during the "surgery" it was difficult, as the dentist had to go quite far to fetch them...

Glad it's behind me anyway! :)
 
Re: Wisdom teeth: Not fun getting THEM out is it? by mp_addict19 on 30 December 2009 10:49pm
 
It's getting better, but last night I ate a whole cheeseburger and shouldn't have because during the night there was this pain in my lower jaw and that was probably from eating solid food and should probably wait until everything gets better. My dad, sadly, had only two of his wisdom teeth taken out some time ago and still has two in his mouth. And he'll be 50 soon!
 



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