As I began my soaring twenties, my wisdom teeth came to show and boy did all four peak through. Last year after suffering with constant tooth aches, my dentist finally gave the go ahead to get my upper wisdom teeth removed. To be honest, the procedure went really well and painless. Not to mention the recovery period went very smoothly too so I was thankful. It was one of the best decisions I've ever made, as getting rid of them made the pain go away. However when it came to my bottom wisdom teeth, they decided that it wasn't necessary just yet to get them removed, they basically said, until it causes issues we're not removing them. Now that sounds all dandy, however both of my bottom wisdom teeth are impacted with the bonus of one having half a gum covering it, making it more painful. Do you know how hard it is to clean teeth that are impacted with one practically hidden away? I try my best but with no doubt, I believe I have an infection and have to way till next week for the check up. The miracle of salt with some warm water has helped so much though so I'm so thankful and it has helped with the inflammation so after 6 days of being sore and being in pain, I'll be able to sleep tonight in time for my dentist appointment. Regardless, from what I have gathered from this is that a tooth ache is one of the worst things ever but thank god for painkillers and salt water.