I'm in the process of removing my own wisdom tooth, upper left third molar. It is extremely painful. I manage pain well, I had a couple cancerous moles removed once without anesthesia. I've had my jaw broken five times and my nose three. Countless other bones aswell, life of a lobsterman. Anyhow, my wisdom tooth has finally shown itself 27 years later, and mister let me tell you he isn't a handsome fella like myself, he's as black as night, and comin in toward my cheek. I've dealt with a lot of pain in my life, nothing like this, it feels as if all of the molars on that part of my jaw are also bearing the load. I've never had much money, and I don't believe in help. In fact, it has been hard to bring myself to even write this right now, but what the ***l, I'm going to tear it out myself. With a pair of rubber coated pliers, just as I did all my life, alot when I was a child infact, I've never seen a dentist, and probably never will. I've never had luck with doctors, there are way to many stupid supposed "educated" people out there holding M.D. 's. Not so much as a mis-diagnosis, as it is an inablity to find a qualified dentist I suppose.
Wish Me Luck, Hopefully it won't be sprayin` blood this time.
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