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SydneySnake

Scared D:

I went to the dentist the other day and found out I have my wisdom teeth coming in. What's worse is they're (like all my teeth before braces) coming in crooked. So now I gotta go and get them removed sometime soon before they fuck the rest of my mouth. D:

So now I'm really freaked out about it.

Dorky isn't helping D:< (though he's making me nervous for different reason)


Just needed to get this off my chest and give a life update for no real reason XD
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Added: 7 years, 6 months ago
 
DorkyWolf
7 years, 6 months ago
You better get that fixed... A fucked up mouth can mess thing up in certain moments in life =P *wink wink nudge nudge*
viviboi9
7 years, 6 months ago
Teeth do make the mouth work (well with food yes) but its the tongue ;3 *giggle* maybe not a good thing to say
DorkyWolf
7 years, 6 months ago
Haha, what were you implying? xD I meant food too, like he wont be able to try my cooking if his mouth is all fucked up D=

Lol, i wanna cook for all my fur friends xDD Im such a dork, but cooking is fun ^.^
viviboi9
7 years, 6 months ago
Well you and me are in the same situation my friend because I found out last week I had to take my wisdom teeth as well thats a story i can tell you if you want but I now how you feel the one truth that no one even knows that one of my front teeth is a fake *dramatic pause*  but thats also a different story but what I learn is that it will be tough I know but I know you will get through it I know I did when my front tooth was taken out but to my point:" Be strong and always know that people will be there to help you out in a difficult time like this" as for the teeth  crooked I will do that its natural. Be strong friend and if you need some support you have me in that boat ^-^ *hugs*
SydneySnake
7 years, 6 months ago
Thanks for the support. It's pretty minor surgery in the grand scheme of things but it still freaks me out... especially thanks to my mom who decided to 'comfort' me with a horror story of how much it hurt. =_=' Luckily my dad said he didn't feel a think, it swelled up afterward but that was it.
viviboi9
7 years, 6 months ago
I know it feels minor but is major to some(like mine wisdom teeth). don't worry they will put a med that makes you sleepy and you wont feel it but let me tell how my front tooth felt when I got it out when I was 5th grade I was really scared but I stayed strong and I know you will be strong but wont you feel better when its all over?
Gobby
7 years, 6 months ago
It's better to get it done early, but don't worry too much.  I'm freaked out by anything having to do with surgery and I didn't feel any pain during the procedure.  
viviboi9
7 years, 6 months ago
well they knock you out  for a reason
JudahVishas
7 years, 6 months ago
It's not so bad. Mine came in under my back teeth, so I had to get them surgically removed quickly (after going to the hospital twice from immense pain that I didn't understand). Oral surgeon put me on some awesome pain meds and I didn't feel a thing. You'll be fine.

--Kyuu
fluffdance
7 years, 6 months ago
You'll be fine.  <patpats>  Had mine out when I was 13.  You should be back on your feet and running around having fun by the next day, if not even sooner.  If you're feeling anxious about the surgery, you can ask your dentist if he'll prescribe a one-time dose of Valium, 5mg, to take the edge off.  :-)

I'm going in for a rather in-depth oral surgery tomorrow, so I know how you feel.  :-]
KimiKins
7 years, 6 months ago
From what I've noticed over the years, I'd say prolly half the people I know have had them removed. At least it's a common enough procedure that you shouldn't have any worries.

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starling
7 years, 6 months ago
Unless they are weirdos, they will knock you out cold and then give you lots of painkillers. I was put unconscious by an anesthetist so it was just a matter of going to sleep, then waking up with some holes in my gums. No pain. And then the holes close up after a few weeks. :P

I have heard of people getting this done awake and I have no idea why they would do it that way.
bpetersxxx
7 years, 6 months ago
I had this done years ago and it was not too bad

The first time I was knocked out for it because and this is kinda funny I wanted to see what anesthesia was like I never had it before

second time I was just laughing gassed so I was not really aware what wa going on anyway

But you have it done the best way you feel comfortable with

SuperTakashii
7 years, 6 months ago
I'm having two teeth removed in a couple of weeks and over here they don't knock you out. They give you a series of really painful injections and pull the teeth out while you're conscious. Teeth suck.
shadycat
7 years, 6 months ago
If you have the option for general anesthetic, as opposed to local only, TAKE IT. Other than that, the healing period is relatively short given the initial discomfort. When I had mine done I went home, took two Vicodin, put on "The Wall" and chilled. Groooovy.
RealZero
7 years, 6 months ago
I got two of my wisdom teeth removed some years ago and can still remember it quite good. It was also before they were actually coming out, so, no simple "pulling out", but a actual kind of operation.
Don't want to scare you with more details right now, but if you want my opinion, the whole procedure actually was more exhausting than painful, and even the pain afterwards sure was bearable, I already had worse headache/migraine than that.

I really keep my fingers crossed for you. I had to go to the dentist yesterday, and due to the mentioned wisdom teeth thing, I sure understand the fear. All I can tell you is, at least in my case, it is not as bad as it might sound.

Wish I could help you more, best wishes. *hugs*
RealZero
7 years, 6 months ago
And in addition, I just had a regular, local anaesthesia, lice you regularly get at a dentist. Sure, a higher dose, but I was fully conscious, and it still was like I said: exhausting, but not really painful while he was working.
Salem
7 years, 6 months ago
I've had my wisdom teeth out before and it was no problem at all. You don't even feel a thing afterwards. You just get a bit swollen in the cheeks. They don't let you have any ice cream though since the extreme cold might pop the stitches. D:
DinFleetpaw
7 years, 6 months ago
*Hugs of Support* I had all four out, so I totally know how you feel there. I can assure you, if you get the usual twilight anesthesia, the surgery feels non-existent (you basically black out, wake up in a recovery room, and stumble out the door in a stupor that same day. =P) and you don't feel a thing. For me, the recovery was the worst part, but the pain doesn't last too long - I was off the heavy duty pain meds and controlling it with ibuprofin in about half a week's time. :3 The roughest part IMO was the dissolving sutures - they kinda tug at your cheeks after a while and make eating a pain, but they still pop eventually.

I don't mean to dismiss your worry at all, because I know how the apprehensive fear feels too, but once it's done, and you've had a day or two to get better, you'll be quite alright. ^-^ Enjoy the pain meds, relax, watch some TV, and just start doing things as you feel ready to do them

Oh, and just a suggestion: Don't spit out saliva when you get home from the surgery! =P I found out the hard way that it pops all the clotted blood out and sets you back on recovery a bit. >.<
MrSOCKS
7 years, 6 months ago
I had to have four permanent teeth yanked for my braces, and the all four wisdoms yanked as well.
Challenge level: the wisdoms were still under gum, so the oral surgeon had to excavate the gums and yank the teeth out.
Fun times.
Kurty
7 years, 6 months ago
You have nothing to worry about. I had my Wisdom teeth pulled a few yours ago. They had actually impacted the molars pre-erruption. So, they had to cut the wisdom teeth into pieces to get them out. But they put me under general anesthesia and it went just fine, and woke up a couple of hours later with less teeth. Didn't hurt at all with all the pain killers. Just really swollen. Which lasted for a couple days. Just have to make sure to irrigate the wounds and to get any food debris out to avoid infection and dry sockets. I have to say the worst part of it wasn't getting the actual teeth removed it was not being able to play my Saxophone for a few weeks afterward because they were worried that it would rip out my stitches and blow open the wounds. Just don't worry and relax. You'll be fine.
TechnoWolf
7 years, 6 months ago
Switch to the Damon appliance, no extractions needed and they actually fix your face faster then usual braces.
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