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Old 06-20-2017, 07:16 PM   #1
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Default I'm getting my wisdom teeth taken out

I am getting some teeth taken out on Friday and could use some prayer and support. It's not going to be easy and the whole thing including the process may be really painful for me to deal with.

Wish me luck everyone!
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Good luck my friend!

I'm getting mine out in a few months as well, so, good luck!
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Good luck!

I had mine taken out when I was in Middle School before I got my braces put on.
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I had mine out not too long ago. I wouldn't describe it as painful, but my mouth was sore for about a week. The operation itself shouldn't give you much trouble since they usually put you under. Immediately after it's over you'll probably feel nauseous and disoriented but it passes before long.

I'll be sending prayers your way for a successful operation and swift recovery!
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And Svenfan, good luck to you too when the time comes!
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I had 3 wisdom teeth extracted Nov. 2013. I was given twilight anesthesia and I remember feeling a little sick and coughing a lot as the drugs were administered. I told the doc I felt "light-headed" and I was out.

My eyes opened off and on during the procedure and I could tell they were working, but I didn't feel anything. Then I remember him putting things away and I asked if we were done and he said "Yes."

The whole thing felt like 5 minutes, but everything took about an hour. I had to sit in the chair maybe 15 minutes until I was able to walk out of there and take a cab home. Once the meds wore off I was in a lot of pain and I was prescribed painkillers, but I never took them. Doc said to only take them if the pain was "extreme" and over-the-counter Motrin was enough for me.

Thankfully, I had no complications from the procedure (bleeding, swelling...). The pain lasted for about a week and it was aggravated when I had to yawn or sneeze since it stretched my mouth open. I had to stay on a soft/liquid diet for a few days.
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Prayers to you and good luck! I've had all mine out in my younger days, not all at once though! I won't lie, It's not pleasant, but you will get through it! Honestly I guess I went through it well, thinking back it wasn't really THAT traumatic from what I remember ! Get it done, take whatever meds they give you, go to bed , drink tea and eat soup. Before you know it you will be fine!!!


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I have had stuff done to my teeth and believe me it was no fun and it all started when I was gonna go shopping I pulled a piece of chewing gum out of my purse and I started chewing my gum when suddenly I chewed something hard and it turned out it was my tooth and when I told my mother about it we rushed out of the mall and back to the car where she called the dentist and made an appointment for me the next day. And the pain was so bad I couldn't enjoy the Church's Fried Chicken we ate for lunch but my mother kept telling me I would feel better the next day. So anyway I went to the dentist the next day and it turned out I needed a new crown on my tooth and I had to sit there until I got tired. And when I got home I had some ramen noodles and some fruit and then I felt better
Hope it all goes great for you Mikaela and I hope you feel great afterwards
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I had mine pulled out about 10 years ago. It wasn't bad at all. Follow the doctors orders. Good luck and I hope it goes smoothly for you.
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Guess it's different for everyone. The two in my upper mouth were pulled without Novocaine as I was told the shots would be more painful, I had choice of course, so I went without the shots, don't remember the extraction hurting much at all and it was over before I knew it. Maybe the difference is the age you have them pulled?
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With my wisdom teeth extraction, the first time I had some pain during the surgery because one tooth grew on its side. I wasn't under, I was awake the whole time. Same as my second visit, but that one didn't go that long since those teeth were easier to remove.

I also had a molar that had to be taken out as well that whole time.
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I had mine taken out in the summer of 2003. I was in pain for the first day but after that it quickly subsided with over-the-counter ibuprofen. Good luck to you. You'll be fine.
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Depends on how severe they are. One wisdom tooth was inflamed and that was painful. The other three were pulled for braces and not painful at all.
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good luck - hopefully all goes well for you.

I don't want to scare you but mine were a nightmare - the two top ones were no big deal, but both my bottom ones were impacted (growing straight forward, not breaking the surface of the gums) and swollen. I had to have over 30 shots of Novocain and was awake through the whole thing which lasted somewhere around 6 hours while they sliced open the gums and had to actually break the teeth and pick out the individual pieces because the roots had wrapped around part of the jawbone or something. I was a mess for almost a week after that and am now allergic to Novocain because of it.
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I had my wisdom teeth taken out about 10 years ago and it wasn't bad. Yes you are swollen for awhile but the process is not bad. I was put to sleep when it happened. I wish you the best of luck on Friday.
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