Ditto.Yikes. Mine were relatively uneventful, I did my wisdom teeth under a local too. Lowers were impacted, that was neat experiencing how much force it took to break them. Pretty darned loud in your head when they snap. My g/f at the time was a dental assistant, she's the one who clued me in that a tea bag will help clot a wound. I had a bleeder that just didn't want to stop on its own.
I’m not MMM, but I did, until recently, have an AF career....
However, if they're not impacted, what's the AF's reasoning that ALL wisdom teeth be yanked?
Do you know?
If you live long enough and don't die of something else prostate cancer (for the men of course) will get you. The equivalent of the prostate in women is the uterus, much easier to remove and most women are glad to not have it after childbearing is over.TX OMFS,
Couldn't that reasoning extend to tonsils and appendix and heck one's gall bladder.
Probably more stuff we could offload cuz it might go sour...whaddaya think?
Hey, yank ALL our teeth, then no potential tooth-el problems.
What else should we consider jettisoning...?
Yeah, I'm being a smart aleck...just for fun.