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  1. So, on my dentist visit today, I got my teeth cleaned up like usual, but upon viewing the x-rays, Dr. Dan noticed something was wrong with my bottom left wisdom tooth. It was growing in at a very horizontal angle and was causing problems for the tooth next door, so he let me know that I would need to have it taken out, along with the top left wisdom tooth for similar (but not as serious) reasons.

    I've only had teeth removed once before, and I was only 7 or so when that happened. I'm pretty sure I was completely knocked out for that, but I wouldn't be for this operation. I was a bit nervous, as I always am before any type of major operation, but when all was said and done, the surgery really went well and both the doctor and his assistant son were pleased with my strong resistance to flinching and whatnot.

    Fast-forward to two hours later.

    Ouch.

    Yes, the pain has been pretty consistent since the anesthetics have worn off, and it's annoying to have to hold an ice pack up to my cheek and bite down on gauze for periods of time. Thankfully, the pain medication has dulled it down, but soon enough it will be back. It also sucks how I can't eat the foods I like, but I suppose I will live regardless. I'd love to just lie down and listen to my music, but my stupid dock won't play the damn iPod so here I am.

    Picture of the teeth in question.



    tl;dr - Bashe gets some teeth pulled; it sucks

    1. Show previous comments  4 more
    2. Bashe

      Bashe

      No, the actual removal was several hours later, after I had left the office.

    3. Danarchy

      Danarchy

      Still, the same day? That doesn't happen often.

    4. Csonicgo

      Csonicgo

      I haven't been able to do this yet, but I've seen the Dentist do it in one visit. Rip and tear! Then, send you home!

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