In fact, we don’t have to remove our wisdom teeth if there are no problems with them. However, because they are located deep inside our mouth, and sometimes it’s hard to clean the wisdom teeth. So, they are prone to cause problems such as tooth decay and inflammation. Moreover, if there is not enough space for the wisdom teeth to grow, tooth impaction may occur. The impaction sometimes will increase the chances of having a decay on the teeth next to the impaction. That’s why some people would like to remove their wisdom teeth even if the wisdom teeth have neither decay nor inflammation. Even if you don’t want to remove your wisdom teeth, it’s suggested that people should have regular dental check-ups to make sure their teeth are fine.