Im just doing a copy and paste compilation thing from my replies in the last thread
of the subject.
When they did my first they were stuck so hard they had to drill it to separate it into 3 pieces, then break them away one by one until the last bridges between the parts cracked. I hate the sound of really hard bone snapping. And they almost sprained my neck in the process of bending as it was stuck so hard. The left part of my jaw was blue for days afterwards.
Although i should say as it sat under the flesh pointed forwards, they couldnt take it with pliers, but was forced to do a incision on the outside of the tooth, folding the flesh out so they could work from the side. And cutting open flesh gives quite a bit more blood then a normal pull.
It was supposed to be a 30 minute job, i was stuck in the chair for around 50. It was the worst thing ive ever done, my 3 leg operations and 3 eye operations was a breeze in comparison. Painwise if not importance at least
It was done under local anesthetic, too much blood to be really funny, and the relaxing pills didnt do any effect, even though i got 3 of them and the only condition i got em was that i had someone to meet me and follow me home.
A friend of mine that is a doctor said its probably i have an extra pair of genes that gives me too much enzyme so i break down the active substance too fast so there isnt anything where the effect should be done. Same with most normal non-description painkillers, they dont work on me that good, as most of them are set to be active in the first stage. Its not that unusal, 5% of the total population has this "defect", while 20%(IIRC) has the opposite effect so they miss one pair of genes so they metabolize the active substances slower instead of normal speed. At least i got codeine pills. But a double dose of those only make me slightly drowsy usually. I could only eat gruel and icecream for three days or so.
The problem was the bad things that ooze out of the hole the first two weeks, taste like something died in there. And no, it wasnt festering, just normal healing. Syringe to clean it out? My dentist said it wasnt anything to worry about, the body is pretty good at taking care of such things actually. Although i will never think of soft white bread the same way again. But lets just say your breakfast will leave a nice snack for some later time. The problem was that as mine sat under the flesh, i had a very small entrance hole, with a giant cave beneth. It took my body just about 6 month to fill it up.
The second wisdom tooth on the other side was a breeze and i could manage to eat real food the same day.
Take your antibiotics and make sure you don't get any food in the holes. Just common sense-type stuff.
Well, the is a matter of discussion. The body is quite effective at cleaning out those holes even when you get food in them.