I don't feel any pain, so I don't need the painkillers right? The cutting didn't hurt at all for the impacted tooth. But the yanking was terrible. Because the bottom one was impacted, it took a while for her to get it out. And she said the roots are still there and will be healed over by the gums. And nothing bad should happen, but if they get infected they will come out. I am unsure how that works. She took like 10 yanks to get the bottom one out. And I thought that felt bad. The top one was much more painful. Thankfully she got it out by the third yank.
Now my tongue and lips feel numb. I think she might have operated too quickly? My mouth feels much more numb now than during the wisdom tooth extraction. For some reason I though the cutting of the gum would be the worst part. It turned out to be the least painful part and took the shortest. But after the yanking, no more pain. Just a numb mouth and blood pooling in my mouth. I dislike the taste of swallowing blood.
The one I had removed last month was much less painful. I guess because it had grown so far out. Overall, the experience wasn't as bad as I thought it to be. I guess I was just worrying excessively. And I think I swallowed some of that gum anesthetic early on. Maybe that caused the increased amount of pain?