Re: Fear of Wisdom teeth being pulled
Yes if you ask they will certainly give you sedation, and it may be covered by insurance, as long as you don't have any medical problems before the visit. When you see the surgeon, if you haven't seen him already it's probably just going to be an exam and x-rays, not just right away pulling them. He'll answer all your questions.
With sedation you will not be aware of the procedure. Regardless, you WILL be in pain for several days afterwards, and you should ask for some good pain killers (vicodin is good, don't get Tylenol 3 it barely works.) The pain varies between 1 day and at most a week, and you should go back if it lasts longer. For me it was 9 days. You'll also have a hard time eating. You'll definitely have to miss school or work.