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Pulling Teeth
last post on Jul 12, 2011 at 06:44 PM
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BlueJay    Jul 10, 2011 at 05:23 PM
I had my wisdom teeth pulled out on Wednesday. It was awful especially because I have a fear of needles and they had to give me an IV. I told them I was nervous about the IV so they gave me the laughing gas and I was sooooooooo high.

Yeah, I have been on drugs for the past few days and I don't really like taking pills, either. It's been a little likeCENSOREDthe past few days.

I just thought that everyone needed to know that. I don't know if anyone else has any dental horror stories, but you can tell them here.
Glic    Jul 10, 2011 at 05:35 PM
I've always been cool with the dentist.
Had to have six teeth out when I was younger, got knocked out with gas for that. And the tooth fairy rewarded me handsomely xD

But, my worst experience is just them not numbing my mouth properly before I got a filling. Nothing too bad.
Draca    Jul 11, 2011 at 11:43 AM
My dentist said I have a big mouth so I can keep my wisdom teeth. Also, I take care of my teeth, so I've never had problems. I'm afraid I have no horror stories to share. ):
skywing    Jul 11, 2011 at 08:19 PM
I've actually never had an issue with the Dentist. Except when they try to talk to you and work on your mouth at the same time. That's just annoying.

I got my Wisdom Teeth out summer (I only had three, lucky me), and since I'm not afraid of needles, got knocked out (though the idea of that bothered me). I was awake one moment and not the next.

Of course for the next like, month, I couldn't properly open my mouth. The idiots cut one of my jaw muscles wihtout telling us. >>

Sorry it's been so awful for you, but it's better to have them out before they put down roots.

blueclaw    Jul 12, 2011 at 04:24 AM
Yeah the dentist is alright.....just don't twitch =] *Toothy Grin*
BlueJay    Jul 12, 2011 at 06:44 PM
Yeah my wisdom teeth were so annoying. The tops ones were coming in nice and straight and I was think "Well I guess I won't have to get them out," but then my bottom ones were coming in all crooked and making it difficult for me to open my mouth. I went to the dentist and he took some X-Rays and said that the top ones were coming in straight because I had some teeth pulled when I was younger to make room for braces, but not on the bottom. So there was no room for the ones on the bottom and they were growing out of the curved part of my jaw.

My stitches are the kind that dissolve and one fell out today. I was so relieved because they kept poking and scratching my cheeks. I hope that the other stitches fall out later tonight or tomorrow.
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