My son had his wisdom teeth out yesterday.
He reported the last thing he remembered, before being put to sleep, was the nurse saying "oops."
It made quite an impression.
It was the first thing he wanted to talk about when he woke up and could talk in a manner in which we could actually understand what he was saying (after the anesthesia wore off).
We're still trying to assure him that everything went well-at least that what we were told by the oral surgeon
"Oops" is probably the number one thing you should never say to a patient.
It's been known to strike fear in even the toughest of patients.
My son's a pretty tough kid.