A survivor of the Aurora theater massacre, one of dozens of people injured, calmly described her injuries Saturday, seemingly numb to what had happened.McKayla Hicks, 17, still has part of a bullet in her chin, reported 7NEWS' Lindsey Sablan."I saw my tooth, and I was freaking out," Hicks said. "Tons of blood, and I remembered I have an orthodontist appointment."Being shot was almost unimaginable for Hicks, but reality hit, and she soon realized she had been shot."I'm pretty sure it shattered my gums, knocked out a tooth, moved this tooth and just landed down here in my chin," Hicks said.Hicks wasn't immediately sure what happened until she heard someone say there was a shooter.Less than two days later, Hicks seems at peace, but family and friends said that's her nature."I hope it doesn't hit me later. I told Lori I felt pretty calm the whole time," she said.Hicks will undergo surgery, but doctors are leaving the bullet in for now, because removing it would do more damage.Hicks has found a way to stay positive."It's a pretty good souvenir I got, I think," she said. "It's a weird feeling. It's just real shocking."Hicks isn't yet sure when she will have surgery, but she said her bottom front teeth will have to be replaced.