Wisdom teeth are the most efficient teeth in our dentition. They are the closest teeth to the fulcrum (pivot point) of our jaws. As in a nut-cracker, the best part of the nut-cracker to crack a nut in is right next to the pivot point (fulcrum) of the device. When the wisdom teeth are removed, the remaining teeth are farther away from the jaw joint (pivot point), and therefore have to get more pressure on them to chew the food that the wisdom teeth would chew easier and with less force. This makes the remaining teeth wear out much sooner than they would if the wisdom teeth were left in to bear more of the chewing task. This is because the point of force that the jaws bring to bear on the teeth is farther away from the fulcrum and therefore subjected to more force that they were designed to absorb. Besides, the chewing muscles are designed to bring the force that they exert onto 32 teeth, not some fraction thereof! I don’t believe God made a mistake when He made wisdom teeth.