It took 25 minutes for her to sort my wisdom tooth, and that was mostly because of how difficult it was to get in at. As it is she slightly cut my lip where the tools were rubbing against it because of the angle they needed to be at for her to get in there. And, since I had another 20 minutes of my appointment left, she also fixed the two teeth on that side that would soon be breaking if they didn't get fillings. So now the entire right side of my mouth is numb. But, hey, at least they're done.
I have to go back on Thursday afternoon for her to sort the tooth on the other side that needs a filling, but that will be a shorter appointment, and - unless I have any issues that mean I need to call them - that "should" be it until about 6 months later.
The noise of the suction thing was getting on my nerves. Mind you, I was probably getting on their nerves with asking random questions whenever I could (as in, whenever they weren't actually doing anything to my teeth for whatever reason). Well, they were rellavent questions, like "what's the paste for the fillings made of?" and why they were doing this, that and the other. I figure if they're going to do something to me, I should know what it is, and if something's being glued to my tooth, I should know what it is and how come. Right? Besides, asking questions is the only way to learn, and learning about things is much more interesting than just sitting in the chair opening and closing your mouth on command, don't you think?