I Lost One Wisdom

Few weeks ago, I felt something uncomfortable at my gum and I suspected this could be due to wisdom tooth thingy. So last Saturday, 15 May 2010, I went to the dentist. Sure enough, the dentist told me that it is due to my wisdom tooth. I didn’t even realized when this wisdom tooth grow! He then showed me some pictures of my wisdom tooth and said that if wisdom tooth are not taken care well, it could leads to problems, including affecting the tooth besides it. He advices me to have it removed and assured me that that wisdom tooth is an extra tooth and will not affect my eating. The dentist charged me RM300 because he said that wisdom tooth removal is consider not complicated one and I agreed to go for it since I heard that this wisdom tooth removal can costs around RM500. After signing the consent form, the dentist began. He gave me a jab and did a couples of things and within 30 minutes, my first wisdom tooth was gone. The nurse gave me some antibiotics, pain killer and mouthwash and told me to only eat after two hours.

After the removal until now, I just took the antibiotics but not the pain killer because didn’t really feel much pain. So, if you would like to remove yours, you can consider this dentist also. It is Dental Chuah. The address is 21A, First floor, Jln 14/20 Section 14, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor (Opposite 7-11 and Secret Recipe. Nearby Digital Mall.). The contact number is 03-79570678. I think you can still negotiate the price which I didn’t.

By the way, I realize that this dentist also do root canal and crowning which is extremely dangerous. I would like to advice you to visit www.natural-health.com.my to gain some knowledge first.


Interesting facts:

  • Our teeth is the hardest bone in the body. It is able to withstand hundreds of pounds of pressure per square inch. More specifically, enamel, the clear outer layer of the tooth above the gum line, is the hardest substance in the human body.
  • Jaw muscles can contract with a force as great as 55 pounds of pressure on anterior incisors, and 200 pounds of pressure on back molars. (It takes 300 pounds per square inch of pressure to crack Macadamia shell, one of the hardest nut shell in the world.)

Good bye my wisdom!

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