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Ever have your wisdom teeth out?

Well, Have you?   63 members have voted

  1. 1. have you had your wisdom teeth out?

    • yes
      37
    • no
      20
    • going to soon
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Getting a few removed on the 16th! ;) Plus a bunch of molars that aren't growing properly... Oh well...

ouch, try to get some kind of drug hehehe :lol:

its better to get it fixed when your younger though, that way the recovery time is much shorter and you dont have to pay for it when your parents can :P

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Im curious, whats the purpose of having your wisdom teeth out?

Is it really neccesary?

Or is it as neccesary as getting circumsized? (its not rally neccesary) LMAO

And after you remove your wisdom teeth, are you less smart? :lol: (im just kidding around)

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Im curious, whats the purpose of having your wisdom teeth out?

Is it really neccesary?

Or is it as neccesary as getting circumsized? (its not rally neccesary) LMAO

And after you remove your wisdom teeth, are you less smart? :lol: (im just kidding around)

In my case, I'm having my wisdom teeth and a few molars removed because they are not growing straight up. Rather, they are growing against other teeth, causing them to move and become crooked. This is a bad thing after having braces for two and a half years. :wacko:

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Im curious, whats the purpose of having your wisdom teeth out?

Is it really neccesary?

it really depends on the person. if the teeth are impacted, they can grow funny and cause a lot of problems. in my case, i had 3 impacted and one was growing properly, but it was pushing my teeth forward. i have only 1 crooked tooth. its not all that bad, and its on the bottom lol so you dont see it, plus 15 years or so with it, im just so used to having it.

my dad went until he was 36 before he had his wisdom teeth out, he drove home that night and ate pizza and went to work on sunday :lol: even after having the gas, he says it had no effect on him. it worked on me though, so that worked out quite nicely.

anyway.. im going to get a drink of something, need some water maybe :sneaky:

cya for now.

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i used gas.. An had all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled out.. I couldn't feel a damm thing Since i was knocked out that bad.. Of course when i got home all i did was sleep for the rest of the day and night because of it...

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i used gas.. An had all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled out.. I couldn't feel a damm thing Since i was knocked out that bad.. Of course when i got home all i did was sleep for the rest of the day and night because of it...

isn't sleeping great? :lol:

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i just came back from the dentist. f*** 8:30 is too early for an appointment! well one of my wisdom teeth formed abnormally so that there is a little hole in it where plaque build up... not my fault tho :) the dentist is going to wait to see if my mouth has the space for my wisdom teeth, otherwise they need to fill the hole so it doesnt become bigger. but most likely i'll have enough space. but filling a cavity way back there is going to hurt alot too.

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ooo hopefully you do have enough room for the teeth so you dont need to have em out. if they gotta fill a cavity back there, your going to have pain just from them wrenching your jaw open. mine still hurts a lot just because of the that. the actual holes and that in my mouth no longer hurt.

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Mine were growing straight, but too far back to clean well or fill. Had the upper two removed, so no problem with dry socket--and fortunately, no sinus flooring either. It wasn't painful, even though I had local anasthetic only. Just a bit unsettling to feel the tooth rip out of the socket--a sensation interesting enough that I was happy to skip the gas.

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Nope. Mine are coming in perfect :D, I'm lucky they said :D

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lol, old post don't ya think?

I still have small holes, but the pain is entirely gone now, I can eat pizza again :D

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I've had 3 wisdom teeth and 1 molar (because it wasn't growing properly) removed.

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All four of mine came through at once and it didnt leave a lot of room for my other teeth which started to bend and twist. A couple even broke. So i had day surgery and got all four out and a broken one. Best way to do it. Go to sleep and wake up with a mouth full of cotton

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Two wisdom teeth removed here, upper and lower left. I still have the other two but if they cause me trouble...

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Getting a few removed on the 16th! ;) Plus a bunch of molars that aren't growing properly... Oh well...

That's not to bad. Taking this a bit further, I had 30 ripped out in one sitting.

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Well, I had all four of mine out 3-4 days ago. I got gas + IV; the whole ordeal took less than an hour, recovery time included. To be honest, it doesn't even hurt at all. In fact, I had a sandwich that evening and went back to work the next day. My gums bled constantly for two days after the surgery, but haven't had any blood since. Just be sure to swish your mouth out with salt water every couple of hours (especially after eating) to prevent them from becoming infected. I still haven't filled the prescription for the pain meds. The swelling sucks, but my cheeks have mostly gone back to normal. Did I mention to rinse your mouth with salt water every couple hours? Getting a good surgeon helps, too.

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I had mine taken out some years ago. I was given an introvenous sedative and I was away with the fairies. But there's no way I'm going to go through with it again! :whistle:

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i had all 4 out last august i think, except they hadnt come up yet and were pressing against the other teeth so i had to have them out cause i had infection before, it was a bit weird because you remember just before you went out and waking up i thought it was weird and i was all puffy and stuff afterwards, but in some ways it meant i had a 5day holiday because it was in the middle of the week i had them taken out but anyway

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I haven't but I think they fell out by now.

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Hehe, Funny oftopic poll. :rolleyes:

I got some pulled out. Still 1 to go someday :(

I might be 1 of the about 50% that say's it dosn't hurt that much. (Having it do by a pro.)

The part of losing blood and bad tast is the most anoying if you aks mee.

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i dont remember stuff about losing blood and testing it,

main thing was that my face was all puffy and stuff

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