Are you sure?

Comfirm Cancel


Or Login using BecomeGorgeous


Please fill the form below and follow the further instructions.

By registering, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions.
We will not sell, rent or give your email to anyone so don't worry about spam.

Password Recovery

You are about to receive a email from us please make sure to check your spam or junk folder and add our email [email protected]com to your contact list.

Thank you!

Jodi Metcalfe


jod_mets asked:

18 Oct 2010

Getting wisdom teeth removed.

I am going in with my sister, November 13th - I'm not really scared for the actual operation but I am scared of the aftermath having to deal with it & also, being put to sleep scares the hell of me. Just the idea of not waking up is scaring me. How does it work? Does it hurt afterwards? What should I avoid? Is it easily infected? How did you guys manage to deal with this?




sena95 says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2010

My sisters removed it , and one was hurt afterwards and had to stay in bed , and the other was fine ... so it actually depends on the person , some ppl are more sensitive than others , i didnt remove it yet , lets hope i will never have to :P, but dont worry the doctor knows what he is doing and he will give you a medicine so you wont feel hurt :) Good luck :)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2010

i had a friend who's were removed and both of them had a lil swelling but they felt fine they did get some pain killers to used as needed

i had no issue with mine. when they put me to sleep i woke up a lil drousy. i drank some water and had my friend drive me home after the drousyness went away i didn't even need the painkillers. i was eating lunch that day just fine. you have to rince with salt water.

none of us got infections.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2010

scary as it may sound, you'll get by just fine! I remember waking up very dizzy and not even remembering being put out when I had mine removed. It's kinda like time skipped a couple of hours, only you feel like you were asleep for so long. haha! I don't know how else to describe it. there will be some pain at first, but the dentist will put you on painkillers. It'll be gone in a day or two.


bear14 says:

Posted on 19 Oct 2010

i got my wisedom teeth out just after i turned 16 (really early i know), i had to see a specialist because of they way they were growing, and i also had to be put to sleep....being put to sleep isn't that bad, it just depends after....for me, the anesthesia stuff makes me cry (i had it once before my wisedom teeth that i remember)...i just cry uncontrollably (scared the nurse though lol)....i think the aftermath of it isn't bad, and there shouldn't be any scare of not waking up because they take your weight before anything happens so they give you the right amount. as for the aftermath of having your wisedom teeth's not too soft foods for the first couple days, and then you can move on to other stuff that's still slightly soft, but better....and DO NOT use straws...that pulls on the stitches....and do not play with the stitches (i played with mine and they came out too soon but it wasn't bad......the only problem i really had was my dad making a big breakfast the next day (egg mcmuffins egg, toasted english muffin, bacon, sausage, the works) i could only eat a couple things.....your jaw will be swollen and it will bruise (but that's why makeup is a girl's best friend)....ummm, i can't think of anything else that happens with it....oh, at one point of my post wisedom teeth thing, i couldn't open my mouth too far...but after a while, as long as i could get the food in, i could eat anything....if you have any other questions....feel free to send me a message


bear14 says:

Posted on 19 Oct 2010

oh, like the other girls'll get pain killers for them.........i had to take T4's every like 4 hours (that's what the prescription was) and i was soooo tired at the end of the day, it was unbelievable......and you might also get some pills to fight infection.....i'm pretty sure they were penicillin (however that's spelt) because my sister couldn't take it, she had to take something else (she's allergic to it)

Login To Answer