Standing next to Cro-Magnon man, you'd probably feel pretty good about the course evolution has taken, looks-wise. But he didn't have to worry about his wisdom teeth getting impacted, and you do.
Wisdom teeth, or third molars, show up when you're in your late teens or early twenties, and they have a bad habit of coming in wrong and screwing up your mouth. This is why most people end up getting them surgically removed and spend a week eating Jell-O.
About 100 million years ago, your mouth had plenty of room for those teeth because they were needed for tearing apart and eating prey. As humans evolved, jaws shortened, crowding out those third molars.
So if you don't have any wisdom teeth at all, are you more highly evolved than the rest of us? The short answer seems to be no, because lacking wisdom teeth doesn't give a person any sort of evolutionary advantage over the rest of us. Some scientists think one day we might not have wisdom teeth at all, but because they form after birth, it may be harder for your genes to select against the trait.
Try Are people without wisdom teeth more highly evolved? for the whole enchilada.