A tooth that bears its name rather badly. The problem with the "wisdom" of this type of teeth is that often their growth is disturbed by a lack of space.
In certain cases, these teeth remain included, that is to say "wisely" in the bone without appearing, but it happens that they become infected or that they then grow partially. Only part of the crown is visible, the rest remains in the gum and causes characteristic pain.
The extraction of a wisdom tooth is not systematic, but may be necessary either as a preventive measure, or when a problem arises: