Ariana Grande Makes Her Surgery Sound More Extreme Than It Actually Was

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Ariana Grande has had a lot to deal with recently what with slipping on dog pee (thus breaking THREE of her toes), being dissed by Drake Bell (though, he later backpedaled and completely denied it), plus all the Sam & Cat drama. Now, she’s in recovery after undergoing something that sounds extremely agonizing:




In case you didn’t get any of that, let us translate: She’s been going through severe pain from her wisdom teeth. Oookayyy… While the removal of a tooth is quite common, it appears that Ariana finds the procedure to be far worse than it actually was:


And, just in case you were wondering how she’s handling her extreme ordeal post-op:



Phew. We were all really worried for a little while there. Glad to hear you’re doing alright, Ari!

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5 Responses to "Ariana Grande Makes Her Surgery Sound More Extreme Than It Actually Was"

  1. Teen.com
    Hannah says:

    This article is pretty rude. Maybe you had your wisdom teeth out and it was fine, or you haven’t had yours out yet. I did, and they were impacted. It was incredibly painful, and painkillers only dulled the pain, they didn’t make it go away. I was in extreme pain for about 3 weeks. It’s completely different for everyone who has had the surgery, so maybe her teeth were impacted and it wasn’t an easy procedure. Before you judge someone this harshly, I recommend you take a step back and try to think of it from their perspective. Yes, her tweets were dramatic, but she was probably in a lot of pain, and possibly loopy from the painkillers. Also, this article was as over the top rude as her tweets were dramatic. Teen.com, please stop with the bullying articles.

  2. Teen.com
    Hanne says:

    This article is pretty rude. Maybe you had your wisdom teeth out and it was fine, or you haven’t had yours out yet. I did, and they were impacted. It was incredibly painful, and painkillers only dulled the pain, they didn’t make it go away. I was in extreme pain for about 3 weeks. It’s completely different for everyone who has had the surgery, so maybe her teeth were impacted and it wasn’t an easy procedure. Before you judge someone this harshly, I recommend you take a step back and try to think of it from their perspective. Yes, her tweets were dramatic, but she was probably in a lot of pain, and possibly loopy from the painkillers. Also, this article was as over the top rude as her tweets were dramatic. Teen, please stop with the bullying articles.

  3. Teen.com
    Meg says:

    For some people getting your wisdom teeth out is a very painful procedure. Depending on where the teeth are while getting removed, if they are impacted etc. sometimes while removing wisdom teeth an oral surgeon will have to break the jaw bone & put it back in place during the surgery. And most of the time they do end up removing jaw bone as well as the teeth. It is very painful and her tweets aren’t that dramatic considering how painful it can actually be.

  4. Teen.com
    Sammy says:

    Hope you’re feeling better Ariana!

  5. Teen.com
    Yisel says:

    That wat I said that idiot

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