About

I had my wisdom teeth removed in June 2006 right after my freshmen year of college and my head has been pounding 24/7 ever since! Prior to the extraction, I had just turned 20 and was as healthy as ever.

Since, I have been motivated to educate the general public about my story through use of my website http://www.teethremoval.com, because I have never heard anything like it from anyone else prior to the surgery. In my quest to find pain free days, I will share articles and advice I stumble upon through the use of my blog and website.

I received a bachelor of science degree and a master of science degree from a university in the midwest of the U.S.  I worked for a number of years in the east coast of the U.S. In my free time I enjoy spending time with friends, reading books, watching movies, playing golf, working out, swimming, biking, running, watching TV, and surfing the internet. In addition, I am a Christian and have a relationship with God.

If you feel you would benefit from speaking or talking to me please do not hesitate to contact me.

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  1. Sorry to hear you’re in pain. few people realise just how easily some dental procedures can turn into longer term problems. I’m sure many wisdom teeth are pulled without good cause.

    Dentists have a habit of making really quite invasive work sound routine. I had a root canal, re-treatment by specialist and expensive crown and the tooth is still niggling. Funnily enough, many people I know had/have problems with root canal teeth yet the marketing hype (and that’s what most dental advise is these days) say it’s a 90% successful procedure. Go online and find forums where loads of people have been made ill or in pain by root canals. I’m not even talking about the controversial ‘root canal dangers’ stuff from ‘biological dentists’ – I’m talking regular flare-ups and frequent reinfections.

    Oh, and do you know why I got a root canal? A dentist drilled into a tooth that felt fine and it abscessed two weeks later.

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