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Yes! About a month ago. The surgery was under an hour long and I left right afterwards. Was kind of sleepy/out of it so I pretty much crashed when I got home. The pain wasn't bad until the evening/next morning. You should take any pain medicine in advance after it's done with.The facial swelling is embarrassing and I covered my face with a scarf whenever I was out, but it went away in a week, week and a half.Do not get a dry socket, do not change your gauze too often (and don't use at all if you aren't bleeding), don't spit, stock up on soup and yogurt, stay hydrated. It wasn't too bad an experience personally, and the pain from getting braces was much worse.
I think the real winner here is whatthefluff :) but thank you just the same :)
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I’m going to the hospital for surgery to get mine out so...
I was in a hospital too. Dental surgeons have different expertise than dentists at a dentistry
I never went to a hospital or stayed in a hospital. I've never even heard of such a thing
Maybe it occurs when the teeth are impacted or such. I didn't have that problem and probably most people don't. That's why ordinary dentists can do it in many cases... Not oral surgeons... I'd certainly get a second opinion before I went to the hospital and had surgery.
I think that's why most only do one side at a time. So your poor head and mouth don't explode with pain!..
@Screenwriter at 63? Do you even have any real teeth left?
My wisdom teeth were removed when I was 18. I remember it quite clearly. Not easy to forget getting things yanked out of your skull. It's rough. I have all my teeth except those four..
Why did he think they shouldn't be removed?
He had his removed and he say they are the most important teeth when you get old you need them to chew food, he regrets removing it. Its not like he is that old and his teeth are falling but he said from his daily experience. So if you get the other option why not do it.