Well, mine are out. It wasn't so bad because my face was frozen, but it's still pretty freaky. Basically, hers's my experience. My mouth was frozen with quick injections to my gums. I don't think IV anesthetic is necessary since the pain is minimal, but if you're really freaked out, go for it. Cutting the gum open was no problem, although it's weird how they push hard and cut over and over. Drilling the tooth was alright, especially on upper teeth. Took less than a minute each. What I found odd was removing the broken tooth from the gums. The surgeon was basically prying the pieces to line them up with the opening, I guess. Anyways, he was applying so much pressure I was kind of freaking out. Think of a crowbar. Then he picked out the pieces and sowed me up. Overall not that bad an experience. For those of you who have to get them removed, don't worry so much about the procedure. It's obviously pretty freaky to have them do anything to your mouth but it's over quickly and doesn't hurt much, if at all. There is a lot of bleeding, it seems, so apply a lot of gauze to coagulate the blood. My mouth is starting to hurt so I'm going to get some painkillers . I know I read a lot of stuff here about wisdom teeth and it helped calm my fears. Anyone else want to share?