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What is the status of your wisdom teeth?
Haven't come in yet 7%  7%  [ 4 ]
Were removed 54%  54%  [ 31 ]
I still have them 39%  39%  [ 22 ]
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09 Aug 2011, 10:00 am

What's the status of your wisdom teeth?

(Edit: Can't edit poll :evil: I was in the middle of adding more options when WP signed me out... Now can't do anything. Was going to add "They're coming in")



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09 Aug 2011, 10:02 am

I have mine. They've never bothered me. Though one is somewhat sideways.



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09 Aug 2011, 10:18 am

I didn't have very many teeh to start with, so my dentist left my wisdom teeth in.

My sister got hers removed though, through painful surgery. :lol: :twisted:


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09 Aug 2011, 10:18 am

Thank God I have all my teeth, wisdom teeth included. My teeth are very sensitive and anesthesia has proven not to work very well on me, so I get terrified of the idea of dental surgery!



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09 Aug 2011, 10:32 am

I have one wisdom tooth growing in at the moment, and it's made an angle somewhere around 45-50 degrees when compared to the tooth in front of it, so it will probably have to be removed. Not sure about any of the other ones, though; they haven't started coming in, but if this one is as messed up as it is, the others will probably be as well so they will all most likely have to be removed.



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09 Aug 2011, 10:50 am

This is bad, but I really don't care about my teeth.
I've never had braces, and as far as I know, I'm not going to get my wisdom teeth removed....I don't want to get loopy on drugs....I can do that from running.


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09 Aug 2011, 11:13 am

Had mine taken out when I was 16.
I had all four, two with roots wrapped around a nerve, supposedly, but I'm glad I had it done.
The dentist wanted to take out my next four teeth (going frontward) because I have a small mouth, but I was all 8O / :? and my daddy said we could hold off on it.
I didn't experience any ill-effects, except I threw up once and had a chipmunk face (huge, swollen cheeks) for a week or so.
I got Lortab, which was pretty cool. The world could have ended, and I would have been all 8).


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09 Aug 2011, 12:23 pm

Ilka wrote:
Thank God I have all my teeth, wisdom teeth included. My teeth are very sensitive and anesthesia has proven not to work very well on me, so I get terrified of the idea of dental surgery!

Same! I just had a cavity filled, and the dentist ended up having to give me 2 shots of Novocaine, because I could still feel it after the first one, and it was not pleasant.

My "sideways" tooth is probably about a 45-50 degree angle too. Strangely, it's the one that's grown in the most. The other ones are just peeking through the gums.



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09 Aug 2011, 12:25 pm

My wisdom teeth are straight... Is that weird? :chin:


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09 Aug 2011, 12:28 pm

I have, I think, three - one hasn't fully come out, yet it's already stricken with enamel carries, another one is crooked and hurts the inside of my mouth.



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09 Aug 2011, 12:36 pm

I have all of mine, but they're entirely inside the jaw bone, and my dentists over the years have said not to bother with removing them since it would involve a week in the hospital and deliberately breaking my lower jaw. Forget it!

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09 Aug 2011, 12:49 pm

MakaylaTheAspie wrote:
My wisdom teeth are straight... Is that weird? :chin:


Yes, for they usually tend to be homosexual :D :D :D :twisted: 8)



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09 Aug 2011, 12:54 pm

Irulan wrote:
MakaylaTheAspie wrote:
My wisdom teeth are straight... Is that weird? :chin:


Yes, for they usually tend to be homosexual :D :D :D :twisted: 8)


Haha. :roll:

I meant they came in perfectly, in the right position.


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09 Aug 2011, 12:55 pm

I had my swsdom teeth taken out when I was 18. I was in heaven the three days after I had them removed because I was on pain killers. The morning that I had to go back to school, I had this massive headache and I really didn't want to go back for different reasons.


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09 Aug 2011, 1:01 pm

MakaylaTheAspie wrote:
Irulan wrote:
MakaylaTheAspie wrote:
My wisdom teeth are straight... Is that weird? :chin:


Yes, for they usually tend to be homosexual :D :D :D :twisted: 8)


Haha. :roll:

I meant they came in perfectly, in the right position.


:D :D :D

Mine are in the right position only because of the braces I used to wear as a teen. My upper teeth, at least - the ones in my lower gum are quite crooked.