Cody, you are not the first person that this happens to. Here is my answer from a very similar question:" If the pad has been completely ripped off the board, the only options would be:
1) Find the trace the pad normally connects to, scrape off some lacquer and re-attach to a new point. or 2) Replace the whole board. You should be okay with attaching the cable to the race or the next point where the trace leads to. You need a good magnifying lamp, a steady hand and good equipment. You should also check on here http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/61241... " This is from here. Check this link for all the questions/answers about solder pad repair. No, it will not work properly unless it is all connected the way it is supposed to. Yes, it is fixable. Also, check on here and take a look at this. Hope this helps, good luck.
Attached an image to show where you can bridge the contact. Solder wicks are braided copper, so you are runing risk of unbraiding and shortcircuiting your contacts. Take a few copper strands of that and solder those to each other to thicken the strands, 4 to 5 strands would be plenty.