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    September 23rd 2017 , 8:32 pm
    Categories: Personal life, Rants

    I haven’t been blogging frequently these days because work and study has taken too much of my time. Well, I have been feeling stressed and anxious about my wisdom tooth too. I hope I don’t need to pluck it out because I am really scared. I am scared of visiting dentists in the first place so plucking out wisdom tooth will be even scarier for me.

    It is so stressful for me that it is affecting my sleep too. I have been praying as well and it seems like I have figured out a way to brush my wisdom tooth properly. I have to use my sensitive tooth brush to brush it, then my dental brush followed by dental toothpick to check that it is indeed clean. Now I am thinking if I should bring my tooth brush outside so that I can brush my tooth after every meal. It’s not good to have food stuck on the tooth as it can form plaque.

    Sigh, I will see how long I can last and pray for the best…



    Comments

      Britney
      24th September 2017, 1:47 pm

      If your wisdom teeth are giving you any problems, you should definitely have them removed. I know it sounds scary, but I had all four of mine cut out and it honestly wasn’t bad at all. I was asleep during the procedure, and afterwards I only had to eat soft food and take over the counter Ibuprofen. They gave me a subscription for something stronger, but I never needed it.

      Pauline
      26th September 2017, 4:46 am

      I’m sorry that you’ve not been feeling very well because of your wisdom tooth – I definitely think you should get it removed if it is causing stress and anxiety. Once it’s done you will be relieved. :)

      Brandy
      28th September 2017, 2:32 am

      I had my wisdom teeth removed in my teens, since it was necessary for my reconstructive jaw surgery. Honestly, I’m glad that I did it then. I was able to bounce back pretty quickly and I was back to school within a few days of getting it done. I definitely recommend getting them out. It might save you from being in pain. Don’t hold off for too long.

      Michelle
      28th September 2017, 8:00 am

      Believe me, I had all my 4 wisdom teeth removed and feel so good because I was never again bothered with pain. It sucks afterwards because you have things you can and cannot do and recovery time varies from person to person.

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