Wisdom Teeth Removers

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10/13/2019 3:47 PM

How long did it take for you to get back on the bike? Getting 4 out Thursday.

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10/13/2019 4:15 PM

I never had mine removed. I'm at least as old as your parents. probably older.

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10/13/2019 4:17 PM

pnj wrote:

I never had mine removed. I'm at least as old as your parents. probably older.

X2...

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10/13/2019 4:22 PM

pnj wrote:

I never had mine removed. I'm at least as old as your parents. probably older.

Mine hurt so they have to go regardless

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10/13/2019 5:56 PM

couple days if you're not a bitch, week tops.

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10/13/2019 7:02 PM

They’re taking his wisdom !

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10/13/2019 11:24 PM

About a week. Had all 4 out at once.

You don't wanna rush it because you actually end up losing about 100 IQ, which critically affects riding.

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10/13/2019 11:57 PM

Depends on how you get them pulled i guess. I had 2 pulled then drove myself home, was a little bit swollen the next day or 2 but pain killers helped and went back to work.

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10/14/2019 12:39 AM

Enjoy the painkillers lol. I still have some from a while back and they come in handy on rough days lol

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fack off

10/14/2019 5:52 AM

I had the top 2 removed in my mid 20s. Not bad at all. I went to a Dave Chappalle show that night. Had a few beers. Got up the next morning, and went to work.

I had the bottom 2 removed this spring when I was 45. Hurt bad for 2 days. Got nerve damage in my tounge so I can't feel or taste with the left half. They told me that it can happen, and the risk of that stuff happening increases as you get older. get them out while you're still young.

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10/14/2019 7:36 AM

pnj wrote:

I never had mine removed. I'm at least as old as your parents. probably older.

Then you're hella old... oh, wait

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10/14/2019 10:14 AM

Depends person to person it seems. I got mine out and was eating solid food and fine to do whatever the next day. But my wife spent several days with a swollen mouth and couldn't eat food for about a week.

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10/16/2019 8:02 PM

Welp tomorrow’s the day pretty nervous right now

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10/16/2019 9:11 PM

Good luck!

I'm sure you will be able to tough through it..

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10/16/2019 9:20 PM

Black Swamp Ghost wrote:

Good luck!

I'm sure you will be able to tough through it..

Thanks, never been put to sleep before so it’s gonna be pretty nerve racking for me

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10/16/2019 10:48 PM

I got mine pulled in the chair just just local anaesthetic, never got put under for it.

But they know what they are doing and you will be fine man, its normal to feel like that going under for the first time.

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10/17/2019 6:14 PM

Just got them out around 10 hours ago. It was a scary but cool experience. My oral surgeon was really nice and even called 6 hours later to check on how I was doing after work hours. The bleeding stopped now I’m still a bit numb but gotta get ready for pain for the next couple days

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10/17/2019 6:25 PM

orangebmx907 wrote:

Just got them out around 10 hours ago. It was a scary but cool experience. My oral surgeon was really nice and even called 6 hours later to check on how I was doing after work hours. The bleeding stopped now I’m still a bit numb but gotta get ready for pain for the next couple days

Don't worry, you're going to be back on two wheels tomorrow..👍

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