After having his wisdom teeth removed, James spoke incomprehensibly. The anesthesia had obviously not worn off yet.
Yes. My parents were in the hospital with general anesthesia.
i went in stonned when i got my wisdom teeth removed then got stoned after to and got my som pain killers :)
You can eat after having your wisdom teeth removed, but you should eat food that aren't crunchy, such as mashed potatoes, pudding, and milkshakes.
Getting your wisdom teeth removed can be quite painful. You can drink juice after having them removed so long as you don't use a straw.
A little while after...
in 3 years time
Yes you can get braces having wisdom teeth, and the wisdom teeth will not get brackets put on them but it is best to get the wisdom teeth removed with in at least the first year of having your braces to avoid your teeth not being able to shift correctly
Having wisdom teeth removed has no bearing on when you defecate.
Yes, of course.
I was in the doctor's office with local anesthesia and it took a week to recover.
Most general dentists do not provide general anesthesia or sedation. You would want to see an oral surgeon for this. It is not unreasonable to want to be put to sleep for wisdom tooth removal, particularly if all four are removed at once. However, understand that anesthesia increases the risk of complications significantly. And it is much more expensive. Having said that, millions of wisdom teeth are removed every year, both with general anesthesia and without, and the vast majority are without problems. General anesthesia can make it a far less emotionally traumatic and far more pleasant. If you are totally freaked out about getting your wisdom teeth out, see an oral surgeon and discuss your options.
It's probably not advisable, 1 because of the anesthesia, and 2, because of the possibly dangerous bleeding.
They might a little, if the wisdom tooth or teeth were really crowding them, but it won't be a huge amount.
5-7 days to be safe
Lots of soft and squishy foods!:)
You should have wisdom teeth removed if they are causing pain or are having a negative impact on other teeth - or are likely to do any of these things in the future. Otherwise, there is no problem in leaving them alone!
It depends on what part of the bill your insurance pays: 50%? 75%? 90%? The cost of each extraction is about $125. And remember, the anesthesia with all-at-once wisdom teeth extraction is usually billed separately. Having them removed all-at-once is usually done by an oral surgeon. If your dentist removes them, it will run a little less, but will require more visits.
For a while ( few days) after your wisdom teeth are removed, it is advisable to do nothing that might disturb the blood clots that have formed in the tooth socket. That would include running or jumping.
I just had 3 removed on January 2 and it cost $400. that included local anesthesia. No oral surgery required for my case.
Could be from the novicane shots, or shock to sinuses.
yes, soon enough
That depends on whether it's done in the hospital or in the doctor's office.