When the wisdom tooth doesn't have enough space to grow, it can begin to grow crooked, in an unusual position or it can be covered by gum tissue. The wisdom teeth can cause a condition known as pericoronitis.
The extraction is a very common process. Your dentist may recommend general or local anesthesia. After the extraction of the tooth (or teeth), you need to gently bite a piece of gauze for 30 to 45 minutes after leaving the dentist office; this way you can stop any bleeding that may occur.
You may feel some pain or swelling, but that will naturally disappear after a few days; however, you should call your dentist if you have prolonged or intense pain, swelling, or fever.
On the day of the extraction of the wisdom tooth, you can have a light meal and take all the medicine necessary, such as antibiotics.