The wisdom teeth rise at the back of your gums and are the last teeth to come out. Most people have four wisdom teeth one in each edge. Wisdom teeth generally grow through the gums during the early twenties or late teens. The other 28 adult teeth are usually in place, so there isn't always enough room in the mouth for the wisdom teeth. You should make a consultation with your dentist if you're intolerable to pain or have discomfort from your wisdom teeth. If your dentist recommends, then you could go for the wisdom teeth removal treatment . The dentist would carry out an X ray first. This gives them an actually position of your teeth. Wisdom teeth don't normally need to be removed if you are not facing any problem like gum disease, tooth decay, cellulitis, abscess and cysts and benign growths. Some wisdom teeth extraction procedures only take a few minutes and some can take 20 minutes or longer. After the wisdom tooth treatment, recovery takes about two weeks. During the recovery time there will be swelling (inflammation) of your mouth. There can be an unpleasant taste in your mouth and pain. After treatment eat soft or liquid foods for a few days, avoid exercise, avoid rinsing, spitting, hot drinks, avoid drinking alcohol and smoking.