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Roots! Bloody ROOOOTS!

Started by Kankurette, April 19, 2022, 12:00:06 PM

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wrec

Have found clove oil massively helpful for tooth pain.

TrenterPercenter

Quote from: Kankurette on April 19, 2022, 07:24:52 PMTrenter, that was one thing I did worry about, the possibility of it not working but apparently yanking the tooth out is a last resort.

Can they put you to sleep for it?

It will work I just messed about with mine after it disappeared I think I must have eaten some sweets and it came out and I swallowed it (it's just like any other cap really) the infection thing was something else and rare to have happened really.

Keebleman

I clicked on this thread thinking it would be about this showbiz anecdote.

https://youtu.be/Qh397MDcDt0?t=383

Sherringford Hovis

Levar Burton's audition for the part of Ron Weasley was a waste of everybody's time.

Kankurette

I will be so glad when this cunt tooth gets sorted. I feel really exhausted right now.

Kankurette

Cunt tooth update: did not have root canal, had it extracted FINALLY due to the pain being possibly aggravated by COVID. I had an emergency checkup last weekend at a private dentist because the pain was driving me mad, and he offered to yank the thing out, but it would have cost about £390 so I decided to hang in there and get it done at my dentist at NHS rates instead. I had it taken out on Thursday and my right cheek has swollen up a bit and it's quite tender when I smile, but at least it's out. I didn't want to spend all of Primavera with toothache.

However, I'm now worrying about the possibility of dry socket. I'm eating soft foods and washing out my mouth with saline solution every day, and I don't smoke and I'm not drinking right now. How do you know if you have dry socket? Does loads of blood squirt out your mouth?

H-O-W-L

Pain, foul smell, and visibly exposed bone according to the NHS. I was worried about dry socket when I had an extraction in the past, but if you take care of it, you shouldn't have a problem.

easytarget


Poirots BigGarlickyCorpse

I had a tooth pulled some years ago Kankurette and didn't get dry socket. Just follow the aftercare steps and watch out for the symptoms. And go to any follow up visits your dentist schedules. I have a nice healed-over gum there now.