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Question:
Wisdom Teeth Extraction with Oral Sedative: I am scheduled to get all 4 of my wisdom teeth removed at once.

My top two teeth are fully out of my gums, and my bottom two teeth are about halfway out of my gums. I will not be getting "knocked out" for this procedure, however instead I will just be given an oral sedative plus the local anaesthetic shots.

The dentist mentioned maybe having to cut through bone on my bottom two teeth. Hearing this concerned me. However, she said I do not need to be worried because I won't feel a thing and probably won't remember much of the procedure.

Should I be worried, or is it common for oral sedatives to be enough for people with a situation similar to mine? Thanks for your help! ...Visitor from Chicago

Answer:
Oral sedation products are perfect for your situation.

Asking for Nitrous Oxide during the entire treatment makes for a softer cloud. You likely will feel nothing....

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