Hello & welcome,
You haven't mentioned here whether your wisdom teeth are creating any problem to you in the form of pain or any other discomfort like swelling.
If you are not getting any of the above symptoms, then i would advise you to delay the extraction of the wisdom teeth until your pregnancy
period is over or your delivery occurs.
Yes, in some emergency cases like highly infected & severely painful wisdom teeth where it becomes necessary to extract them to avoid any major sufferings , usually they are posted for removal in 2nd trimester.
Even in 2nd trimester teeth can be removed in fifth month as it is the safest period to have procedure executed.
But still, asymptomatic teeth should be delayed for extraction & their removal can be done once pregnancy is over.
This is because, once you are posted for extraction, you need Antibiotics and painkiller drug's coverage both before and after extraction. These drugs have to be used with extreme caution though in safe period.
Even condition may get worsen on failure to maintain cleanliness of the wound allowing it to infect secondarily which then again requires administration of the drugs.
Radiographs which are necessary for third molar extraction, need to be avoided all along the pregnancy period.
Baby has nothing to do with the impacted third molars in mother's jaw unless infected severely.
So, visit your dentist
& get clinically examined. Ask him whether he can delay extraction for after the pregnancy period is over.