Wisdom Teeth (also called "Third molars" or "Eighths") are the last teeth to break out of the arch, usually between the age of 18 and 30. For this reason, sometimes these teeth do not find enough space to align with the other teeth and they could remain enclosed inside the bone or semi-enclosed between the bone and the gum. This can lead to recurrent pain, gum swelling and halitosis. Also, even when completely in arch, Wisdom Teeth can be difficult to clean. The specialist could recommend their extraction: a minimally invasive routine procedure, performed under local anesthesia and/or conscious sedation.