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Old 07-16-2015, 05:14 PM
 
Location: In a house
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We saw the dental surgeon today and he said that his wisdom teeth did not need to come out. He explained the whole structure, bones and stuff and said unless the teeth got a cavity or became a sight for infection, they would could no trouble. He said he could take them out but if it were him, he would leave them alone.
WHEW! Here's hoping there's no trouble with them for a long time - and that the day there's trouble, they just wiggle themselves loose and fall out easy peasy.
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Old 07-20-2015, 05:44 AM
 
Location: Kansas
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WHEW! Here's hoping there's no trouble with them for a long time - and that the day there's trouble, they just wiggle themselves loose and fall out easy peasy.
Yes, it isn't like not being found guilty but like being on probation. Dental surgeon said that my son was doing a great job brushing. He also said that he gets referrals all the time for people that don't need them out and some people still want them taken out even if there is not an actual problem. With my son and his sensitivities, it just makes sense to wait until there is a problem.

The biggest problem is that my son feeds my emotions so I always have to be strong or at least present myself that way.
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