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By pain in my gums - / Monday 27 February 2017 11:30 / Canada - St. John's
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By  CrassKal  |  27

I fail to see the problem here. You're having the surgery anyways, what does two extra teeth matter? I had all four of mine pulled and I was fine the next day. Maybe I had a good doctor or an easy recovery, but honestly it wasn't that bad and I would do it again if I had to.

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By  CrassKal  |  27

I fail to see the problem here. You're having the surgery anyways, what does two extra teeth matter? I had all four of mine pulled and I was fine the next day. Maybe I had a good doctor or an easy recovery, but honestly it wasn't that bad and I would do it again if I had to.

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  zeusdom  |  15

Have you ever had your wisdom teeth pulled? I'm not sure about the context but I had all 4 of mine pulled at once and no amount of painkillers can stop you from feeling it for at least the first week after the procedure, if OP has 2 extra on top of that, or has to have all 4 removed instead of 2 they're in for a hell of a ride compared to what they originally went in for.

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  PhoenixChick  |  23

If by the next day you were absolutely fine despite having four holes in your mouth...look into if you actually ever had wisdom teeth. I think you got scammed.

By  Knittedbirch  |  8

My health insurance would only pay for two wisdom teeth removed a year (even though all four of mine were really painful). If OP's in the same boat, finding two extra teeth means waiting through more time of discomfort, an extra surgery, and another week or so of pain and swelling and everything tasting like blood. Which would F your L. Here's hoping you can get them out all at once, OP!

By  Shadowvoid  |  31

Depends on the doctor, this may cost more because my dad charges based on the difficulty of the teeth. He's pretty good at it though and patients recover quickly

By  Bearsmomma  |  30

I only had 2 wisdom teeth. The other 2 never developed. They were embedded in the jawbone and I suffered for WEEKS with pain, and inability to eat, dry socket and my jaw got stuck due to the injections in the joint. Miserable! Any wisdom tooth stories make me cringe for the person. FYL

By  Bogrbon  |  14

I can't hit "I agree, you life sucks" enough times to express how much this makes me cringe. Dental pain sucks! The worst part is getting hit with the pain all over again when you get the bill.

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