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Wisdom Teeth?

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by osugrad21, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Give me some info guys...I woke up this morning looking like a chipmunk. Off to the oral surgeon at 12:30 to get my wisdom teeth checked. How long is recovery? Cost?

    Damn baseball season started monday so I don't have time for this stuff now.
     
  2. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Your insurance should cover most of it. Recovery time isn't too bad. I had mine out my Freshman year of HS.
     
  3. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    I had my teeth cleaned a few weeks ago and the dentist said they were coming in straight and I had plenty of room.

    Just talked to mom, she had hers out in her early 30s:roll2:
     
  4. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Get them out anyways, They're nothing but problems.
     
  5. ScarletInMyVeins

    ScarletInMyVeins Tanned Fat Looks Better

    I had mine taken out earlier this year and it hurt like a bitch for a couple of weeks untill I talked the dentist into giving me a perscription for perkaset.
     
  6. Buck Nasty

    Buck Nasty You'll have nothing and like it

    It depends on your insurance. When I was in my early 20's I had two come in bad. I did not have any dental coverage so I had them taken out with only local anesthetic. It was not so bad other than you can see how violently they treat your mouth to get those bastards out. They actually took a hammer and chisel and had to break the tooth up inside my mouth to get it out. The other two I had done after I got married and had good ins. General anesthesia this time woke up, went home and sat around for a while and then stained my deck that night and played golf the next day. I think the recovery and pain are all depending on how hard they are to get out and how much they have to mangle your mouth. If you take the painkillers, and rinse with the salt water you should be functional the next day. You may not want to fill your mouth up with tobacco for a couple days though which may be tough during baseball season. :)

    Good Luck
     
  7. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    grad21 is a teacher so I'm sure his insurance is very good and would cover all if not most of the cost incurred.
     
  8. ScarletInMyVeins

    ScarletInMyVeins Tanned Fat Looks Better

    I think that was one of my problems... I was smoking about 6 hours after my surgery and I never rinced with the salt water.

    Okay so it's my own dumbass fault that I was in pain for so long! Who cares! At least I got good drugs out of the deal...
     
  9. exhawg

    exhawg Mirror Guy Staff Member

    It hurt for a couple days, but not too bad. I think I was back to workouts by then. Just hope you don't get dry socket. I hear that's bad. My girlfriend went to Cedar Point the day after getting hers out.
     
  10. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Thanks guys...if he wants to cut them I'm hoping he can do it later today or monday. So if I seem a little spacey you know what's up :atom:
     
  11. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member Tech Admin

    So... 21 are you getting the idea that it goes from "No big deal" to "It fucking sucks for weeks"

    The one thing I've noticed that's good is that you used the term 'oral surgeon.' You know... some dentists actually do this stuff... and everyone I know who's dentist did it.... looked like they spent an hour with Freddy Krueger.
     
  12. Piney

    Piney Stay thirsty my friends Former Game Champion

    Had the exact same experience... had my done in my early 20s and got the local treatment. The Oral Surgeon actually asked for my help getting me to place my fist under my jaw as he got on a stool and started pounding the chisel to crack the teeth.

    Needless to say I played softball that night and swallowed a few of my Tylenol/Codeine 3s to get me through the doubleheader.
     
  13. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Yes I just hope I don't giggle amidst my gutter mind thoughts if the "oral surgeon" is female.
     
  14. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member Tech Admin

    How is that possibly avoidable... just don't think of it if they put you out and start you with Nitrous to take the edge off the anesthetic.

    Remember.... don't think of it then.
     
  15. tsteele316

    tsteele316 Mr. Such and Such

    i had 4 impacted wisdom teeth and had them all taken out at once.

    now i have had ACL replacement surgery, and and partial femur removal for leg lengthening surgery, so I know about pain. That was worse than getting my knee scoped before ACL replacement.

    first off, they couldnt get me to pass out from the IV, then I woke up before the surgery was done and the surgeon still had his hands in my mouth, and the meds had worn off. It hurt like a mother. So essentially, the last 10 minutes of the surgery I was awake. Then, since they were hurrying to get it done since I woke up, they did a piss-poor job of stitching me up on one side, and the stitches broke the next day.

    it was a bad experience.
     

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