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Wisdom Tooth Removal

So I am getting 3 of these fuggers yanked outta my bean tomorrow @ noon - I have heard by some that it is not painfull and others say that me being in my 30's, I will feel it more - Anyone have this done whilest in their 30's and if so how much pain? I am thinking it to be like a night after drinking and taking a shot to the jaw - Painfull, yes, slight swelling but okay to get by.

Oh and I have 2 big x-mas parties on Saturday Night, problem here or not?

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Mine was not that bad pain wise but my face swelled up on one side.

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I feel for you man, that is going to hurt. I had one of mine removed, and it sucked big time. The worst part for me is that damn numbing shot. I felt like he shanked me with that long needle. The good news is, after a couple of days you'll be back to normal. I hope you aren't a bleeder like me, get ready to fill plenty of gauzes.

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Pain wise it wasn't too bad. Why not get all four out? My pain wasn't bad, I was back at work a day later. If you can find a ride, opt for complete knockout versus local anestetic. You really do NOT want to hear what goes on in a wisdom teeth removal. Think drills, dremel tools, prying and bones breaking.

Anyways, you may be out of the picture for that Christmas party Saturday. Reactions vary widely. I'm thinking it has to do with how the surgery was done and just how impacted the teeth are.

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Not that bad. I had mine yanked when I was in my 30's too. Bring someone along to drive ya home. They give ya some good sh!t to knock you out.

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Oh and I have 2 big x-mas parties on Saturday Night, problem here or not?

ahhhhh! Vicodin and alcohol consumption......

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I haven't had mine removed yet, so I have no idea how much it hurts.

Probably why I poked my friend in the face in hs during lunch and then he started swinging at me uncontrollably.

We both got suspended for that.
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Not 30, but had it removed when i was 23. Painful, yes, why? Dentist gave me a shot to numb it up, not even 2 seconds after doing so she just pulled the fugger out. Fucking novacaine shot wasn't even working yet. Drinking? I took some ammoxocillin, NOT good to mix with alcohol.

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First of all, check with your dentist regarding when it is OK to drink alcohol, as alcohol consumption can cause "dry socket", which I've heard is EXTREMELY painful.

I had teeth pulled when I was in my 30s. The most painful part was actually hearing the drill and whatever instrument it was to actually extract the tooth poking around in my mouth (some people are put under for this, I wasn't). I do know I was on ibuprofen for a bit and was told to cover my pillow with a plastic garbage bag in case there was any residual bleeding when I slept.

Oh, and don't lift weights for a bit; that could cause problems.

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post #12 of 29 (permalink) Old 12-08-2005, 01:34 PM
 
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I need to get mine done.

My dad had it done and he got a dry socket, very painful, very ,ver long recovery. Follow all of the info they give you on avoiding dry sockets, you don't want one.
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I had minet taken out with a friggin pair of vice grips in the old country when men were men and sheep were ... it hurt like a mofo but not as much as the circumcision I received at age 28 with a dull xacto knife. Infections can be a bitch.
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If you go to an oral surgeon to have it done like I did, they will anesthitize(sp?) you before the procedure. I had three pulled at once and felt pretty good when I woke up. A little sore but OK all considered.

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it hurt like a mofo but not as much as the circumcision I received at age 28 with a dull xacto knife.
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... it hurt like a mofo but not as much as the circumcision I received at age 28 with a dull xacto knife. Infections can be a bitch.
This statement caused parts of my body to recoil in horror.



It's generally pretty sore after, you won't feel so festive.

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I had minet taken out with a friggin pair of vice grips in the old country when men were men and sheep were ... it hurt like a mofo but not as much as the circumcision I received at age 28 with a dull xacto knife. Infections can be a bitch.

That's some Rambo stuff right there, I am too much of a wuss when it comes to pain, much respect for you going through that .

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I had minet taken out with a friggin pair of vice grips in the old country when men were men and sheep were ... it hurt like a mofo but not as much as the circumcision I received at age 28 with a dull xacto knife. Infections can be a bitch.
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I had two pulled in the last month and was out at a party that evening. It depends on what type of extraction it is. Mine were pulled. This is less painful then the surgery. The next night I was out and they started throbbing a little bit but that is because the aleve was wearing off.
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If you go to an oral surgeon to have it done like I did, they will anesthitize(sp?) you before the procedure. I had three pulled at once and felt pretty good when I woke up. A little sore but OK all considered.
Oral Surgeon is doing it - Being knocked out completely and the g/f is taking the day off work to drive my ass to and fro - Have heard about Dry Sockets and the pain that comes with it - Have also been told a few trickes to keep the swelling down - I know that Fri is out of the question as far as going out but I really want to make Sat Night if I can - I will not push it for the fact that Dry Sockets for 2 weeks are not worth a night of parties (the g/f is going to both with me so the chance of any stange is drastically reduced, not removed, just reduced!)

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had all 4 of mine done at once..... sucked hard core... but got out of school for a day, and got to be on Codein for a while

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my wife had all 4 removed at once, they put her under, she was sore as hell for 4 days, and took about week 1/2 to finally eat food again like normal.



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One of the guys that used to pull wrenches for us yanked one of his out with a pair of pliers. It was freakin insane.
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I took some ammoxocillin, NOT good to mix with alcohol.
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I had one done last year. The shot was the worst part of it, after that He was in there for a minute I thought he was just loosening it. and he had already yanked it. It was quick and easy. I just had to be carefull how I chewed for the next few days. no real pain, they did give me some vicodins though which was nice.

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Had all four of mine pulled, easy....I ate regular food that night, the only thing that sucks is that you get food caught in you're sockets. About week after my mouth was really sore, then one nite at the gym I spit out a piece of tooth, sometimes this happens when the doc misses some of the teeth.
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Thx for the info - I got the same responses from folks in the office when they asked what my plans were for the weekend - Some say it sucked, others said no big deal

Thanks again for the insight - Yer a good bunch, the all ah ya's!

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