We're glad for you that your extraction is over and you're fine.

For people reading this comment we must point out the sentence "she kept asking if I were okay,, but I never told her to stop because I wanted to get through with the extraction asap."

As we describe at length on this page above, insuring that a person's extraction process is as pain-free as possible involves communication between the dentist and the patient.

In this situation the dentist was never offered the opportunity to provide additional anesthesia because the need for it was never communicated to them.

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