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wisdom75

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Hello


I have hyperacusis too. Loud noises (concerts, movies) are for me
(even with hearing protection) very painful and avoid them.
Now 4 wisdom teeth must be drawn. The dentist says that this will be loud as he has to drill and mill.Is a sedation (dormicum and Ketanest S =dormancy sleep) sufficient? I would be approachable!

Or does it have to be a general anesthetic to prevent the hyperacusis and the
tinnitus from becoming stronger.Thank you so much!


 
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Aplomado

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I have heard that having drilling for 10 sec on, 10 sec off is helpful.  But that is only what I have heard, I haven't had to have it done myself.

One thing to know is that removing impacted wisdom teeth has helped a few people with hyperacusis (small minority).
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Aplomado

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I don't know if you could find a doctor to do this, if so it would be quieter:

http://www.waterlase.com/

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