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Not so wise

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

I’m terrified. Tomorrow I get my bottom wisdom teeth removed, and I know it’s going to be awful. I really should’ve had this done 10 years ago when they recommended it then as a preventative measure, but obviously I’ve been putting it off. I know this is a bad move, but having been without medical insurance for a lot of that time, it wasn’t really a viable option for me. Now I’ve got the insurance and I have still be dragging my feet a bit. At least I’ll have the weekend to recover, and if the forecast is right, it won’t be good riding weather, anyway.

This week has not been a good one for riding for me. The weather has mostly been pretty good, but I have been busy with a geeky project that’s cut into my recreational ride time. It’s been fun, though, and hopefully there’ll be more projects in this vein.

8 Responses to “Not so wise”

  1. Noah Says:

    I know how you feel. I was born without buds for my lower wizteef but my uppers are present. One of them is cracked and impacted. It’s only a matter of time. 🙁

  2. Dan Says:

    I had one tooth pulled a couple of years ago. I was worried and nervous and almost skipped it. But, I went in and was surprised at how fast it went. There was a lot of prep – shots and things, but the actually pulling was all of 20 seconds. I was so worked up that I forgot to ask to save the tooth. It would have made a great earring!

  3. Dave Says:

    Had a wiztoof root canal in November, and it wasn’t as bad as I expected. Certainly, the head and spinal cord injury the following month was a notch worse.

    I hope you make it through procedure and recovery in nifty fashion.

    Here’s hoping you’re back on the bike soon!

  4. Jon Says:

    Hope it went well. Let us all know how you’re doing.

  5. John Says:

    I’ll bet it wasn’t that bad. And most importantly, don’t be wasting all those good meds for pain.

  6. Marty Says:

    Hopefully all of the worry was for little consequence. Get well soon!

  7. MRMacrum Says:

    A trip to the dentist is one thing. But oral surgery is another. I held off like you did for one reason or another many years ago. I just wanted to ignore the growing problem. But I finally found the balls to follow through and have been grateful ever since. You will probably be grateful also. But that does not make it any easier before the fact. I can relate for sure.

  8. Tim Says:

    I had mine out at around 33 years of age and it was one of the most painful events of my adulthood. 🙂 They had to sew me up quite a bit and I couldn’t really eat that whole week.

    I’m sure yours will be blissful.

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