Does the dentist needle feel like you’re being stabbed in the face for you too?
- AnonymousLv 62 months agoFavorite Answer
For a few seconds, then you can sit there pain free while the dentist works on you. The numbing from the needle is much better than feeling pain from drilling.
- ️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️Lv 72 months ago
Not at all in my opinion
- 2 months ago
Just for second, then after that my gums just feel all puffed up.
- 2 months ago
no....f they rub numbing cream on first it shoukdnt hurt that much.
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- AskZillaLv 52 months ago
If they do it without anesthetic, yes
- be reasonableLv 42 months ago
You need to find a different dentist. If you have a good dentist they will numb the area they are going to put the needle into or they have a technique they can use to make it much less painful. Obviously, your dentist doesn't know about it. It doesn't have to hurt like that!
- audreyLv 72 months ago
Absolutely. I've been "blackballed" from two dentist offices for my bad behavior over needles. They HURT! And I'm 73, so not a child.
- baby Ey (MeMe)Lv 72 months ago
yes! i've had an ineffective injection and felt the drill 100%. that sucked less than the jab and it hurt so bad i was convulsing (the idiot Dentist thought i was reacting to the sound, not the pain). i've also had the needle hit a nerve and that hurt so bad my eyes would water for like 2 weeks anytime The Aspirin wore off. i hate those needles.
- PearlLv 72 months ago
yes, i dont really like needles myself but sometimes you need them
- Ding DongLv 62 months ago
It's nasty and the anesthesia doesn't even work on me properly, it used to but now I just tingle and even if I ask for more. I'd rather just have it done without.
- Max HooplaLv 72 months ago
My dentist gives me a pre-stick anesthetic so I don't feel it.