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03-02-2007 05:40 AM
Odhinn No worries about that on this end. They never did catch the Zodiac.
02-27-2007 10:05 AM
tiny terror Bad moods and strange are a bad mix... tend to make for Son of Sam or Zodiac. We don't need another Bundy.
02-27-2007 09:38 AM
Odhinn That's possible. I have always been a bit strange, at least when I'm in a good mood.
02-27-2007 09:31 AM
tiny terror Maybe they saw the egg.



just sayin'
02-27-2007 09:30 AM
Odhinn My brothers told me, When they were talking to me, that if I got my wisdom teeth out I would be as dumb as a brick. But they also had me believing, when I was about 5 or 6, that I was hatched from an alien egg.
02-26-2007 01:07 PM
MouthfulOfGrass Why are they called "Wisdom" teeth ? Does anyone know a story ?

If you have to have them removed, do you lose wisdom ? OR, were you not deserving in the first place ?
02-25-2007 05:27 PM
amy Good deal!
02-25-2007 05:17 PM
lost seriously tho, i think i got worried for nothing.
I didnt feel a thing and the tooth came out after about 2 minutes with the doctor prying it out. I thought it was going to be some big painful thing hopefully the rest come out this easy
Thanks the replies
Matt
02-24-2007 11:26 AM
lost Thanks, i'll take your advice
02-24-2007 11:19 AM
kg4kpg
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what could i do to prevent that from happening?
Don't go the Anna Nicole Smiths doctor.


I'm sure she's squishy about now.
02-24-2007 11:17 AM
lost wow i dint know that.
what could i do to prevent this from happening?
02-24-2007 11:14 AM
activelydying driving would be a pain in the neck
02-24-2007 11:13 AM
Scout
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I wonder if the infection could spread enough around your head and neck to make your head fall off???
Oh I'm sure that's possible.
02-24-2007 11:10 AM
kg4kpg I wonder if the infection could spread enough around your head and neck to make your head fall off???
02-24-2007 11:06 AM
lost
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im just trying not to dwell on the negatives
02-24-2007 10:54 AM
Scout
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I guy I knew in high school had his wisdom pulled out and he got an infection and they had to remove his lower jaw. Poor guy never looked the same. Food just fell right out of his mouth. I asked him about what the odds were of that happening to someone else and he said (well he sorta said, it was more like a whistle/mumble) that the odds of that happening was only like 25%.

So it looks like you'll have a 75% chance of keeping your lower jaw. One in four ain't bad!

Good luck!
02-24-2007 10:45 AM
lost
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BAHAHAHAAHA!!!!!!
02-24-2007 10:35 AM
Scout
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i guess i was a part of the 25% percent. At least I can wistle now.
BAHAHAHAAHA!!!!!!
02-24-2007 09:42 AM
lost i guess i was a part of the 25% percent. At least I can wistle now.
02-24-2007 07:20 AM
kg4kpg Both of my top ones grow into the sinus cavity. Never coming out and I never have any pain. Besides, with them gone, it would be gross every time I sneez. :barf: We need more smileys to choose from!
02-24-2007 07:12 AM
FuzzyDolly I had 3 of mine taken out at once. No major problems, just the normal amount of pain. It wasn't so much the pain, as you can feel the yanking. Anway, the 4th will never come out. It's actually grown UP into my nasal cavity, and if they pull it, I'll have a hole between my nose and my mouth. They say it would major surgery to fix the problem. I've opted to just live with the pain everyday.
02-24-2007 05:13 AM
Odhinn I had all of mine taken out at once. Went through surgery where they had to have the gums pealed back and the teeth roots and jaw bone cut. I was completely under and don't even remember the trip home from the dentist.(good drugs) The bad part of mine was I had to work the next day in 100 degree heat and was not able to take my pain meds.

Doc gave me instructions on what I could eat so I got very sick of potted meat, Vienna sausages, and soup after about a week but I never got a dry socket following his instructions.
02-23-2007 07:13 PM
trulefty I had 2 at a time done. Had no problems either time and ate what I wanted that afternoon (Dr didn't know). Pain wasn't that bad either. Deadning shots were the worst part.....
02-23-2007 06:59 PM
lost Thanks for the advice about food, theres a hot wing special tomorrow at this place down here that i was planning on catching. i guess i'll nix that plan tho
02-23-2007 06:48 PM
activelydying you'll get some nice pain meds to take home.
02-23-2007 06:41 PM
amy Had all 4 of mine done at once. Just numbed my mouth. The pop of my teeth breaking, so they could get them out, was kinda fun.

Don't eat things like hot frenchfries or rice until the holes are all healed over. Getting hot(or really cold) food stuck in the holes before you're healed, really hurts.
02-23-2007 06:33 PM
Iquois
Wet sockets

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but what the heck are dry sockets?

I thought thats what you had after you put your wet sockets in the dryer
02-23-2007 06:32 PM
Iquois
Wet sockets

[QUOTE=lost;57668]:
02-23-2007 06:24 PM
tiny terror If you aren't being put under, then you're ok. They would have you go to the hospital early in the morning for blood work ups before that, so you'd know. I was under for a couple of hours and ended up leaving the hospital still groggy because I was "combative and unruly".
02-23-2007 06:17 PM
04moneypit Don't worry, I had all four of mine pulled, two in one sitting, two in another. The only horror story I have is that I had sore gums, and two of mine were impacted, and they broke one trying to get it out. Dry sockets are when the blood clot comes out of the hole where your tooth used to be, if you follow the dentists directions, you'll probably be okay, just make sure you stock up on milk, bananas, and peanut butter and bread. Soft foods are your friend.
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