It's OK to be afraid. Courage is not about never being afraid, it's about doing what's right regardless of your fear. If you absolutely have to have the tooth taken out, you should. Options: 1) bring a friend to hold your hand; 2) ask for anesthesia; 3) try hypnosis before you go; 4) pray.
Don't be afraid it's only going to hurt for the first 2 days then after that you'll be good as new!
just use some c4, shud get it out in a jiffy plus it wont even hurt
If the nerve has been removed in your tooth, you need to have a root canal done in order to keep your tooth in your mouth. A tooth that has had a root canal treatment and ideally a crown as well, has about 85% chances of staying in your mouth for the rest of your life.
The canines of a carnivore should most likely be the most enlarged tooth in its mouth
because you usually have your mouth numbed. so you can't feel the saliva in your mouth to swallow it, so it just drips out!
up to 9 days
in your mouth
yes. the swelling preventing your mouth to open is the first sign of healing and the inability to open your mouth is because of the location your wisdom tooth was removed. you will gradually return to normal signaling the ending of the healing process.
You can go to the dentist and get your baby tooth/root removed. I had to get eight of mine removed last year. It's a quick and painless procedure, from my own experience.
It is very normal. Just keep cleaning and rinsing your mouth per Doctors orders