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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-13-2008, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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Wisdom teeth out

Well I got all 4 pulled today... everything went really well though. Don't remember falling asleep OR leaving and so far I am in no pain. But my bottom lip is still numb and it's been 9 hours now. does not even feel like the numbness is getting less. weird.

Anyone got any advice on something soft and safe to eat? Besides yogurt and mashed potatoes...? I can only eat so much of that in one day.





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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-13-2008, 09:06 PM
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Soups were easy on the mouth after having teeth pulled, I remember.


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Applesauce? Jello? Pudding? I hope you continue to do well.




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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-13-2008, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks!

Yeah, I bought some baby food (the fruit kind only - I know I am weird but I like it better than applesauce.) Bought some pudding, some smoothies, soup and then I bought some cookie dough for a snack - like the others I listed aren't, ha.

I am used to eating really healthy meals. I cant wait til I can get back to that! I went to Re Lobster last night since I knew it might be a while. MMmmmm my fave, it was delish...


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Thanks!.. I went to Re Lobster last night since I knew it might be a while. MMmmmm my fave, it was delish...
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The create your own feast: I chose Walt's favorite Shrimp + Shrimp Alfredo, a baked potato, and a Caesar salad!! And cant forget the best reason for going there: garlic biscuits!!!!!! Mmmm Just thinking about it makes me hungry..

maybe I'll go eat some PUDDING


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I like butterscotch pudding with peaches. You could cut the peaches in very small pieces. And put some whipped cream on top! Yum!




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Mmmm good suggestion. And I am pretty sure we have butterscotch too! Peaches should be fine. The dentist even told me I could eat mac n cheese which I ate earlier. Just ate real slow and made chew everything was chewed close to the front. I just had to eat something other than sweets. Im not huge on sweets. But pudding and fruits are good thanks.......


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I am worried about getting dry sockets.

This is kinda gross but the scab thing that forms over the hole is the blood clot that is supposed to occur in order to heal. You get dry sockets when that is disturbed. This is the gross part: I keep feeling pieces of it in my mouth. I'm not doing anything wrong that I know of. I sure hope I dont get that - i have heard it is crazy painful.....

anyone know anything about this?


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