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An Unforgettable Wisdom Teeth Extraction

It all began with a small toothache in the back of my mouth on a Monday afternoon. When I woke up that morning, everything felt normal, even as I brushed my teeth before going into work. After lunch, ...

It all began with a small toothache in the back of my mouth on a Monday afternoon. When I woke up that morning, everything felt normal, even as I brushed my teeth before going into work. After lunch, a small pain began to grow in the back of my mouth, but it was nothing that caused any concern. I tried to ignore it and simply assumed it would go away. Over the next three days, the pain became excruciating. After a quick visit to the dentist, the verdict was in: I needed a wisdom teeth extraction.

An appointment was made for the very next day. Since it was a Friday, my boss did not mind me taking a few hours off of my normal hours so that I could attend my dentist appointment. When I arrived, I checked in with the receptionist who confirmed my appointment for my wisdom teeth extraction. I sat down in the waiting room and began to read a few of the back issues of magazines. Any nervousness I had was taken over by the immense pain emitting from the back of my mouth. I was eventually led in to the dentist office where the assistant sat me in the operating chair and began to dress me for the initial preparation stages.

Before the dentist came in, the assistant placed a mask over my face which began to pump gas into my mouth and nose. I instantly began to relax, and before I knew it, I was sound asleep. My wisdom teeth extraction was underway, and even though I was unconscious, I could feel the fingers and hear the drills at work. Suddenly, my stomach began to turn. It was that feeling one gets when they eat something that disrupts the stomach just before bed which quickly manifests itself into a nightmare while in REM. Then it happened.

I immediately sat up and came alive, regurgitating all over my torso and lap, and even managed to cough out the small remaining bits of a cracked tooth that had tickled the back of my throat. The good dentist immediately cleaned me up and placed me back on the gas. As I went under, the iron-flavored blood and vomit mixed together on my taste buds. It was truly awful, but the pain was nearly gone. Once unconscious, the dentist and his assistant continued my wisdom teeth extraction.

The dentist went back to work and I was under the gas for another thirty minutes. Once woken up, my mouth was numb and swollen, but the pain had disappeared. Though my gums and cheeks were tender, the ache from my teeth was completely gone. We giggled over what happened just twenty minutes prior, and I thanked the dentist for cleaning me up. It was truly an unforgettable trip to the dentist and I have yet to meet anyone else who has blown chunks all over themselves and a young dental assistant during a sessionPsychology Articles, but I guess there is a first time for everything!

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