It might help a little, but if your father or mother have gapped
teeth, you probably will too.
When your wisdom teeth will come out, if you have space, they might
close some gaps between your back teeth. It is less likely that
they will help closing the gaps between your anterior teeth.
To do so, it is better to do an orthodontic treatment.
I had gaps between my anterior teeth, like my grandfather did.
It was corrected by braces in middle school within only a year. My
wisdom teeth came in and still have plenty of room. I found that my
teeth tend to move outward, so I still wear braces overnight at
least once a week, fifteen years later.
Although my teeth are straight, I have gaps in them due to their
shape (normal teeth are triangular, mine are square) or so my
dentist says. Because the teeth are already straight (not needing
braces^), my dentist said the solution to my gaps is porcelain
veneers. He also said that braces would only force my teeth
together, and that they would constantly be moving back to their
original place because they were already in the correct position. I
had my wisdom teeth removed while they were still impacted. My
mother also only had gaps in her upper front teeth, and when her
wisdom teeth erupted they pushed her upper and bottom front teeth
together, eliminating the gaps, but also causing her bottom teeth
to become crooked. Waiting for you wisdom teeth to erupt is not the
best solution to the gapped teeth, seeing as how they could cause