June 4, 2023
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If an oral surgeon is doing it, no more than 30 minutes.
It shouldn't even take 30 minutes, I would say no more than 15 minutes. All of my wisdom teeth were pulled out seperate times. The only thing is, if one of them are impacted, than it may take a little longer. That's what happened with the last one with me. The oral surgeon had to break the tooth into pieces in order to get it out.
i just had my 2 upper wisdom teeth pulled on friday. i was so worried but it turned out to be really easy. my dentist did it and i wasnt even put to sleep.i just got a few shots of novacane and i didnt feel a thing. after i got the novacane i had to wait for about 15 minutes for it to kick in. once my dentist started to pull the teeth it litterally took no more than 2 minutes to pull each tooth. i wasnt in any pain after and i went out and had pizza 2 hours after getting them pulled. people over exaggerate the pain. its really easy and you should even worry about it. i was in the dentist office no longer then 25 minutes. good luck!
depends if they are impacted or not. I work for an oral surgeon and the average time is 30 minutes and usually no more than 40min.
depends on the position of the tooth [IMPACTED}and the ability of the dentist