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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Sharon's Wisdom Teeth

Sharon finally had her wisdom teeth removed last Friday, April 2, 2015.

They have been bothering her for quite a long time. She finally has dental insurance with her new job at a bank, so now she was able to get them removed.
Before she had her wisdom teeth removed, she used doTERRA Clove oil to help with the pain and it really worked.
Wisdom teeth can be a source of problem and can be the most commonly impacted teeth in the human mouth. 

Some of Sharon's Facebook posts about getting her wisdom teeth out:

Sharon, March 30th: It started out innocent enough...simple google search on best foods to eat after having oral surgery to remove all 4 wisdom teeth. Of course people had to share their stories of horror. Then my dumb self starting looking at pictures...why?! Seriously WHY did I do that to myself?!!!! Three days before and I'm now completely freaked out!

Sharon, April 3rd am - the morning before the surgery with no food or drinks: I don't know if I've ever wanted a drink of water more than I do right now! Stupid teeth unsure emoticon

Sharon, April 3rd pm: I have the absolute best after surgery care. My super awesome husband got me all kinds of yummy food and went to get my medication. He has been diligent in checking in on me and woke me up during my 6 hour "nap" to take my medicine; feeling pretty good and only have a little swelling. I also have 2 sets of very, very watchful eyes making sure all is well and helping me sleep with their cuddles and sweet little kitty snores. the black one also thinks that infinite kisses will help me heal. I love my little family. 

Sharon, April 4: Pretty sure I've been awake for a total of 5 hours today. Boy is this kicking my butt. On the bright side I don't think I've had a pain pill since noon and I'm not hurting.
Easter Candy

Sharon, April 10: Had my check up with the dentist today. Clean bill of health and no dry socket. Celebrating by devouring candy! Cuz I can finally eat most regular foods!!


Ashley Walton said...

Yay for Sharon! It would've been more troublesome if she decided to put off getting her wisdom teeth removed. Also, I'm sorry you had to stomach seeing freaky photos of wisdom teeth getting removed. Hahaha! I just hope that you've already managed to put that memory behind you by now. Thanks for sharing that! All the best to you! :)

Ashley Walton @ Orosurgery, LLC

Victor Peterson said...

Wisdom teeth can be such aberrations, so it’s great that Sharon has finally gotten rid of it. I'm sure she's relieved and pleased as well, at least after she has recovered. Anyway, thanks for sharing this with us. Cheers!

Victor Peterson @ Dr. Farole

Daniels Scott said...

Having an impacted wisdom tooth can be the worst feeling in the world! It's good to know that Sharon decided to remove her wisdom tooth. I'm sure she's better now after removing her wisdom tooth. Anyway, do you know how to care for your mouth after wisdom tooth extraction? According to a helpful site, after the doctor pulls out your wisdom tooth, it is not advisable to rinse your mouth for a full day. If you notice there's no longer any bleeding, you can begin to rinse your mouth using warm water with dissolved salt in order for your mouth to become disinfected.


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