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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote oh_so_moody Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 02 2014 at 10:10am
Brown, your dentist told you the same thing mine told me about top and bottom. You must go to a dentist office in Midtown ATL too. Lol!
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I got all 4 taken out at 21. They put me to sleep...best sleep ever! It was painful recovering and those pain killers were my best friend for about a week. But within 10 ten days I was back eating regular foods. Mind you I got all 4 taken out at the same time
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote melikey Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 02 2014 at 10:26am
went to a dental surgeon and got all 4 taken out at once maybe 8 years ago after i kept getting tooth infections in one of them. i had insurance but it was $400 because i wanted to be put to sleep. no issues recovering and no regrets.
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I'm 43 & had no issues with my wisdom teeth coming in. Neverhad them taken out because they never caused me any grief.I'm not even sure when they came in I THINK I was about 17.
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I have had extensive dental work due to genetical dental issues.  My best advice is...remember this phrase....STAY AHEAD OF THE PAIN.
 
This means don't let the pain medication get out of your system.  If you can't swallow large pills....like me..... go to the drugstore and get ibuprofen in the smaller pills (they are normally 200 mg per pill) and I would take like 4 pills which equals 800 mg.  This is normally the dosage of the dental pain medication.
 
I would take 4 pills like every 5 hours for the first 3 days so I NEVER FELT any pain.  Don't let the numbness wear off and you have not taken anything.  If you are not hungry eat at least one slice of bread before taking the pills.  Normally ibuprofen does not give an upset stomach but I always do that as a preventive measure.
 
Also make sure if they give you any type of antibiotic, PLEASE PLEASE TAKE IT AS DIRECTED....and take the complete dosage as required...if it is every 8 hours then....that might be for you 6 am -2pm-10 pm or 7-3-11.  If the pills say every 6 hours then...follow that and that means....9 am then 3pm then 9 pm.
 
FOllow instructions please.
 
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I'm 18 and got all 4 removed in August because I just finished my invisalign treatment and didn't want to risk my teeth shifting. The removal wasn't bad because none of mine were impacts but my doctor didn't wait till I was asleep to start pullin so I felt the first one (ouch!). But recovery was a breeze, just make sure ou ice in the first 24 hours and you'll hardly swell.
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i have more than enough room in my mouth. my dentist said as long as i keep good hygiene habits i wont have problems Approve
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Originally posted by jdoriginal jdoriginal wrote:

I had all 4 removed at around 25. They didnt hurt a single day...werent bothering me at all but the dentist said 2 were imapcted and 2 were partially impacted and I should take them out BEFORE they started to give trouble. Since my insurance paid for most of it I agreed. I went under general anesthesia and woke up crying. The waking up crying thing really freaked me out. I wondered if I had some kinda deep seated issues. Recovery wasnt bad.  Got 7 days home from work. Mouth bled a lot in the first day and face was swollen for all 7. Other than that it was pretty ok.
 
I kinda regret taking them all out now. Kinda wished I kept the 2 partially impacted ones cause I feel like my teeth hv shifted slightly and...just...like I took out part of my body for no reason.



I woke up crying too. I was so confused LOL
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Dentists must make a lot from removing these.
I know mine cost $500 per tooth with insurance. 
I'll remove em myself if need be. ._.
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Originally posted by SoutherNtellect SoutherNtellect wrote:

just do it all at once 
this. the way it happened with me was that one hurt (i was 18) and my mom took me to the dentist. the verdict was that the pain was temporary, but my wisdom teeth were going to grow in impacted and that could lead to other problems (infection, crowding, etc). 

my mom was like -- no sirruh -- and made an appt to have them all taken out at once while i was on spring break.  i healed within the week i was off & the only (future) complication was that one of my molars became sensitive due to the exposure/drop of the gum line and i eventually had a root canal (didn't feel a thing though). 
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