BigSETXjock saidFunny story... I had my wisdom teeth out at 16. My BF at the time was 24. He took me to the surgeon who was fundementalist with crosses all over the place. As soon as he administered the laughing gas, I start gushing about how much I loved my BF and what I wanted to do when the surgery was over... graphic sexual detail.
The surgeon stopped the surgery and called my Mom to make sure she "knew." She did and told him to finish. Afterwards, he refused to see me for the post-care. Had to go to someone else. That was in CA in 1983. I don't think the law would allow that now.
Fuck, Jim! You pissed off your dentist!
Actually, here in Texas (DFW), Jim, I've run into this situation twice. It's called being "dismissed" by your primary care physician. The first time, I told the doctor he was crazy when he told me that he wanted my blood pressure at 115/70. At over 200# of muscle that I carry, it's not happening. He wanted me to take beta blockers and and I refused. He pitched a fit, and within a few days, I had a certified letter from the doctor saying he wanted nothing to do with me.
I had another doctor, last fall, that I took flex89 / Logan and I, too. I mentioned some things in front of the nurse that she "ahhed" about and just a few days later, my GP of many years had dismissed me.
In Texas, that don't think much of musclehead queers.
I got Logan to two new doctors, and I have a new doctor, two, who is cheaper, and better.
Fuck the fucking fuckers.
And, just FYI, Mr. Jim News, any doctor can pretty much refuse unless you're dieing.
Over the years, I've met doctors that were grossly incompetent.
When it doubt, find another doctor.
As a routine matter, the military used to extract the wisdom teeth of service men. I don't know if that's still the case. If you can keep them great, I suppose. I got rid of mine.