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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    Was ok to be honest although not so pleasant when he used the hand held hook thing, I'm still a bit tender and my lower wisdom tooth is so sensitive that it's not nice.

    One thing, on the side that they numbed I've had a terrible runny nose and its kind of like an inside itchy/tingly - the dentist said it could be a side effect of the anaesthetic (never had a reaction before) or coincidence that I got sick (kids have been) . Did you ever experience that?
    I can't really remember to be honest as it was 5 years ago.

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    I had it done, one side then the other. A bit more sensitive but didn't last long.

    One thing though - next time you have an anaesthetic in your mouth, have some lemonade later - who knew lemonade was so lemony!

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    Definitely numb but could feel the pressure which is enough to make me freak, I have some gum recession and those teeth are extra sensitive when they work. I had the right side done first and will do the other side in a month. I hope the wisdom tooth settles, sensitive teeth drive me nuts.

    Yeah the runny nose is really weird, it started about an hour after I left the dentist, so over it.


 

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