Dental Surgery For Me
Well it looks like I will be going under the knife soon to get rid of some wisdom teeth. I hear it’s not too pleasant of an experience. They say the younger you are is the faster that your body will recover. So it looks like I might be a little late on this procedure, since I am 34 years old now.
I have been having tooth ache pains from one of my back teeth. It’s been aggervating dealing with the pain for it. I have a dentist that said he could pull it, but it wouldn’t be the most comfortable experience. He said it would be better if I got it took out when I have my wisdom teeth removed. So I am going to take his advice and just wait til they put me to sleep and take out my wisdom teeth to have this tooth took out too.
I know a lot of people that had trouble after their surgeries. I hope I can get back to normal real soon after my procedure. I will have some time to think about it, because I go for my consulation on September 4th and it will probably be a week after that before they actually remove my teeth. I got to start taking better care of the teeth that I have left now, so I can continue to enjoy all the foods that I love. I couldn’t imagine not being able to eat an apple, corn on the cobb, or a good ol steak. I’m less concerned with how it makes my appearance look. I just want my teeth to stay intact so I can eat all the good food that is out there.
If you have had your widsom teeth out or know someone that has, then feel free to share your stories with me. What type of meds or medical supplies did you get? Let me know how long it took them to start back being able to eat solid foods and how long did the pain last after the procedure.Click here for reuse options!
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