Hi. Been there, done that.
Here is what I did and would recommend. Go to the best oral surgeon that you can get/afford. When you go in make sure you tell them you are a flutist [regardless of the fact that you don't play full-time at the moment]. If you do this, they will be much more careful and use smaller tools [tubes, needles - everything to avoid a mal-practice lawsuit]. Also ask them to put you into what is called a "twilight sleep" when they put you under for the procedure. Basically they combine a drug [can't remember it] and morphine and put it in your system. You are awake through the whole thing, but you won't remember a single thing about it. [It's amazing trust me
Then just avoid moving your jaw too much before your first post-op appointment. I was unfortunate enough to get a dry socket and they had to pack the exposed bone and nerve with gauze soaked in iodine for another 4 days. So avoid playing for a few days.
I was playing my piccolo in marching band [college ::shudder::] exactly a week later. [Actually earlier, which might have been why I got the dry socket, but anyway....].
Don't sweat it. Just ask for the Twilight sleep if they will do it, and make sure you tell them you are a flutist. They will take extra care with all of the needles, IV's etc. etc.
Post procedure, I have noticed that I tend to have slight problems with pressure in my ears on occasion. My surgeon said that sort of thing sometimes is a result because the roots of your wisdom teeth are right by the deepest parts of you inner ear. It doesn't hurt, just annoying sometimes.