This went really quickly. I got my X-rays taken when I got there. Finished paperwork, paid my co-pay and then within minutes I was back with a nurse and my responsible adult (ride home) to go over after surgery instructions and information. The Dr. pulled me back into a different room, took my BP and put a heart monitor on my finger and waited for the anesthesiologist. It was kind of cool watching how my heart rate changed as I would breathe differently or if I thought of things that made me sad or excited! Kind of a fun experiment to maybe help distract your kids if they're nervous.
Anyway! The anesthesiologist was great, he came in, the lay the chair down more and had me get comfortable, he did his thing and told me I'd be feeling sleepy soon. To be honest, I didn't feel sleepy at all. I was just listening to them talk and then I blinked my eyes but didn't open them again until I was in the car almost home.
The instructions for after care are pretty straight forward and I'm healing up pretty well. I'm not chewing food yet and it's almost been a week but I'm paranoid! I suffered from minimal swelling and didn't have to utilize all of my pain killers that were prescribed. I still take an anti-inflammatory to help dull the pain of my other teeth (if you ever had braces it's the same pain).
Get your wisdom teeth removed here, they're great. Clean facility very nice staff. You won't regret it! Follow the instructions for after care and you'll be fine!