The teeth of wisdom are the third, and the last chairs that grow up in the posterior corners of the upper and lower jaws of an adult human. In most cases, they will grow from gums aged between 17 and 25 in a period called the "Age of Wisdom". Unfortunately, however, "Eighth" often do not have enough space in their mouths to grow and can not be cut. They remain wedged or impacted, which is today the problem of almost 90% of people. In this case, they can cause a number of unpleasant problems. These include, for example, complicated pruning due to lack of space, displacement of all teeth, inflammation or decay due to difficult cleaning.
Tooth extraction of wisdom is now a routine procedure with minimal troubles after surgery. So you do not have to worry about anything. Adolescents do not have eight completed root development, so their removal is not complicated. With increasing age the wisdom tooth grows, its roots gradually lengthen and approach the sensory nerves. Also the bone surrounding the wisdom teeth gradually grows thick. At a later age, therefore, tooth extraction of wisdom may be more complicated and recovery time longer, but in most cases it is still an uncomplicated procedure.