Have you had your wisdom teeth removed?
No, but I'm going to get them taken out in like 10 days.
Pulled, no surgery. Took the rest of the day off work, babysit my niece and nephew that evening, back to normal the next afternoon. No biggie.
When I was 17. All three removed. :)
Just one, i think.
All 4 at the same time a couple years ago. It was nothing compared to the dry socket that followed - worst pain ever
Yes - look forward to a miserable 3 days to follow. You can't do anything physically.
All removed back in 2007. If you are getting it done, do it under conscience sedation.
As opposed to being fully knocked out?
It is basically the same thing. You are only out long enough for the procedure to happen.
Your day is done once you get home. You can't go alone.
I think that's what was planned. I'm sure not going in conscience and without sedation
I don't remember the procedure at all. I vaguely remember getting the meds and "waking up" when they were done. Apparently, I was aware of what was going on the entire time.
I wasn't aware of what was going on (the pain is a price of shit though)
No but my dds has been pushing me to go to the surgeon to get them checked out
No, all my teeth are present and in their natural positions. The most work ive had done was one baby tooth removal when i was young because it refused to fall out and the adult tooth was emerging underneath it
Yup Just did! A little over a week ago
3 of the 4.
Yup, all four. They were impacted.
One at a time! Thank you army dentists!!
Voted yes, because it is half true. Tops out, bottoms still where they belong.
I had 3 removed. The last one is too close to a nerve, so no one will touch it.
Not yet. My dentist said to let them grow in, and he can take them out later. They are growing in straight and painlessly. I only have the top ones, which is why they'll have to be removed. There is no bottom teeth to stop them from growing in, so they'll grow too far
I looooved it
Oh yeah, been there. @Petal just had her wisdom teeth out.
It was the best week of my life
I voted no, since I've had only one removed (so it's "tooth," not "teeth").