As we all know, the last teeth in our mouth are the third molars. They usually start driving between the ages of 17 and 25. Whether these teeth should be left in the mouth is controversial. There is no harm in keeping this tooth in place if it is driven in the correct position and does not damage the surrounding tissues. Taking into account the future damage of a tooth fused to the jawbone and in an abnormal position (detected by x-ray), it can be decided to shoot. In cases of narrow space in the dental arch, the eruption of the tooth can be caught in the gum-bone and other adjacent tooth barrier.