Had a pair of wisdom teeth removed in the morning. The surgery only took twenty minutes and, all things considered, was a reasonably pleasant experience. On the other hand, the anaesthetics have worn off and though ibuprofen and paracetamol are keeping the worst of the pain in check, I'm still feeling a bit uncomfortable.
I fell you bro, I had mine druing my conscript time in the army. It was a policy back then, that when one wisdom made trouble, all four had to go.
Some small highlights from my surgery? Well, first they blindfolded me (should have mage me suspicious). They used a saw (as two of my teeht were still embeded in bone), chisel and some "high preassure water cutting thingy" on me. After my anaesthetics worn of around 60 min into the surgery, the last teeth was still in there. The doctors asked me, if I really
needed another shot, as it was only another teeth. (They only noticed that the anaesthetics wore off because I was screaming rather loudly).
Oh, and they punctured my gum, with meant no swimming and no direct sunlight for three months (the surgery was in June).
Moral of the story, never ever go to the dentist while you are in the army. Never. Ever.