Oh dear. Earlier this week my dentist suggested to my parents that a schedule be created to get my wisdom teeth removed. Now I have never had any surgery, no injuries requiring me to go to the emergency room, no anesthetics, or anything. Also, I am completely terrified of needles! Every time I have to get my blood drawn or something I get REALLY nervous. Anyways, what will it be like? What do they do to you? My dad works at the hospital that I'm getting them removed (he's an anesthetist there), so he scheduled my procedure with Dr. Park, a Korean. I am half Korean so I feel more comfortable having him do the procedure, and also because my dad says hes REALLY good, one of the best he's seen (he's seen a lot in his 40 years doing anesthesia). Next week I will be going to a consultation with Dr. Park so he can examine the teeth and tell us when to come, I guess. What I want to know is what's it gonna be like??? What's it like going to sleep with anesthesia? Please please tell me... UPDATE: I just went to the consultation today and the doctor seems to be a pretty cool guy. I should be going in to get them removed sometime when I am on Thanksgiving Break. Whew, I have some time to relax... He said the procedure was that he was gonna use some laughing gas on me, then put me to sleep. Then in about an hour I should wake up all high and stuff and then I go home. It doesn't sound too bad, can someone tell me what its like to be under laughing gas?