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What should you do if you have a tooth in the roof of your mouth and are scared to have it removed?

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2010-09-16 21:41:03
2010-09-16 21:41:03

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

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