Well I survived! It wasn't fun. I wouldn't do it again (thankfully don't have to) but I would recommend anyone who needs to get them out do it ASAP and not wait around like I did.
Better to have it over and done with.
They knocked me out quickly upon entering the room, but I semi-woke up at the very end so I could hear the horrible grinding noises. I was too out of it to remember anything in detail now, though, thankfully. And the pain directly after was awful, but now it's reduced to just a dull ache that I can deal with alright. I still can't feel my chin, but I think that might be because inflamed areas are pressing on nerves. Hopefully when the swelling goes down I will be able to have feeling again. If not, well I'm still alive!
Thanks for the prayers and thoughts everyone. It is appreciated. I got a lot of chances to chat with God before and after, and I'm hoping this makes me more empathetic towards those in pain. Sometimes I forget just how miserable physical pain is, and my mother is getting knee surgery tomorrow so I will have to take care of her and this experience will remind me to do a good job and be compassionate! (Prayers for her as well, that recovery is a lot longer than wisdom teeth!)