Can it hurt to get your wisdom upper left wisdom tooth removed?

Talk to oral surgeon. This depends on the tooth itself, the skill of the oral surgeon, your ability to heal, and your tolerance for discomfort. A tooth that is erupted and easy to remove has few problems healing, but a broken down tooth or an unerupted tooth that is a more difficult extraction can have more pain. You will be given the appropriate medications and instructions to make healing as easy as possible.
Usually Not Much. Sometimes it's easy, sometimes it;s a bit more complicated. Depends on the size, angulation, location, and other factors. Every tooth is different. Every person is different. Your dentist/oral surgeon can predict how it's going to go for you. You will be comfortable during the procedure, and modern pain meds can help you recover without too much drama. It's usually easier than you think.

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I got my bottom left wisdom tooth removed 2wks ago the string used to stitch me up just fell off but I can feel a small marbles size lump, only hurt if?

Wisdom tooth. Sutures are not meant to last more that a week or so. However, if you feel any lumps or discomfort, have the dentist who removed your tooth see you for a follow up evaluation. This is part of the responsibility of your dentist. Read more...

I had my lower left wisdom tooth removed almost two weeks ago. My gland in my throat hurt on that side immediately after but still hurts. Why?

Dry socket? If it has been two weeks, you may some residual infection or a possible dry socket. I would call the office where you had the tooth out and possibly be seen as a precaution. Read more...
Potential Infection. This sounds to me like you could have an infection in the site where the tooth once resided or the surrounding tissues. Consider returning to the treating dentist for an evaluation soon. Read more...

I am curious, why does it hurt so much more to get a wisdom tooth removed than a regular tooth?

May or may not be. If it's a fully erupted wisdom tooth, it will be the same as any other tooth. If it is impacted this varies greatly depending upon the angle of the tooth, the development of the roots, whether or not bone needs to be removed or the tooth sectioned, and the skill of the surgeon, not to mention your own pain threshold. Basically it is a much more difficult procedure in most cases. Read more...
Depends. Depends on the tooth. Most increased pain due to impacted wisdom teeth, have to make incision and remove bone. For best results, see a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon for exam/treatment. Read more...

Is there a reason it hurts so much more to get a wisdom tooth removed than a regular tooth?

Difficult procedure. Wisdom teeth usually require a more difficult surgery to be removed, thereby resulting in more post operative pain. The position of the wisdom tooth in relation to the muscles, nerves, and ligaments also plays a role. Read more...
More surgery. More surgery is involved. Often an incision, reflecting a gum and muscle flap, cutting tooth and roots out of bone. More swelling. For best results, make sure you are evaluated and treated by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...