Unfortunately, wisdom teeth usually grow in a haphazard manner and get pressed against nearby teeth. This sideways growth keeps them from finding their right place in your mouth which is usually the reason for extraction. Not removing impacted wisdom teeth typically leads to sinus infections and crooked teeth. If you have wisdom teeth impacting your other teeth then you would be wise to have them removed quickly.
Symptoms of misaligned wisdom teeth include pain, swelling of the gum at the back of the mouth and infections. These are all signs that the wisdom teeth are crowning however they have yet to become impacted. If such symptoms are showing then removing your wisdom teeth immediately is recommended before the other teeth become damaged.