Adult teething

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  1. Wrecky

    Wrecky Valkyrie

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    No joke, my last wisdom tooth is finally coming in!
    I thought it would never happen and it would just stay up in my gums forever :shifty:
    Now I get to go see my dentist and probably book an appointment to have it removed. This will be my fourth wisdom tooth removal because they all came in years apart :P

    Has this happened to anyone else or am I a freak of nature?
     
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  2. mcpon14

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    I had all 4 removed before. Two of them in the Navy. When they were being removed, the guy forgot to put in Novacaine, so I was kicking, lol. The guy rolled his eyes and put some in, lol. :)
     
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  3. skrinkle

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    I’ve got my two bottom wisdom teeth half in. They started maybe 4 or 5 years ago, but are impacted so they only come in a bit a couple times a year. Hurts real fuckin bad.
     
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    :iik: How do I know if it's impacted? It's my top right, but it doesn't hurt it just feels weird :confused:
     
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    I had all four removed when I was 17. Two were broken past the gum and the other two they cut out. One of the weirdest expirence of my life.
     
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    Had 3 of mine removed last summer - Nasty longboard crash, dental wire to keep my front teeth straight, enough pressure on the wisdoms to cause 'em to shatter weeks later.

    Moral of the story - Wisdom teeth suck/Wear a helmet
     
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    I got my first one when I was 19 :blush: My old dentist told me he wouldn't bother cutting the rest out because I had a little room and there was a chance they would never come down :P I kinda wish I had just gotten it all over at once tho
     
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  8. .:Batman:.

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    I had to get mine out they were fucking up my grill and giving me migraines :dummy: couldn’t handle it.
     
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    Idk I had an X-ray done and the dentist said they were impacted
     
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    When I was 15 I had to go in for surgery for a severely impacted tooth where the root was poking out the side of my gums and causing pain any time anything touched it. My wisdom teeth were going to need to be removed eventually anyways so they surgically removed those at the same time (none had erupted yet). I was walking around with 5 holes in my mouth and a huge list of things I couldn't eat for months.
     
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  11. sharkbait.

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    I think I got all four removed when I was 22 because they were hurting/crowding

    Without freezing it would have been brutal, because he crushed them up first and then pulled out the pieces :iik:
     
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  12. .:Batman:.

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    Same. I could literally feel the pressure of him forcing his weight to brake the teeth but it didn’t hurt! Thanks Novocaine
     
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