One would only imagine that you'll do great with your procedure.

You mention the term "hospital setting."
That implies, an oral surgeon will perform your work (as opposed to a less experienced and trained general dentist).

You also mention having "general anesthesia." That means patient cooperation will not be a factor and your surgeon will be able to solely focus on the process of removing your tooth as expertly as possible.

While always a possibility, you seem to have as many factors stacked in your favor as possible. Good luck.
Here is our page that explains dental paresthesia as related to tooth extractions. It contains a statistics section.

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