If you have issues with your teeth, it may be an indicator to problems in some organs. The condition of your teeth is connected with the condition of your interior organs. This is a phenomenon that the scientists have shown to be truth.
The incisors (upper and lower) are linked to the bladder, kidneys and also the ears. The gallbladder and the liver are linked to the canine.
There is another connection, as shown in the experts surveys, and that is a link between the lungs and premolar teeth, and there is also a link between the molar teeth and the condition of your spleen, pancreas and stomach. The wisdoms are connected to the small intestine and there is also a link among them and the heart.
Actually, bad teeth do not always point to problems with the internal organs. Occasionally, you can feel some pain or unease next to a tooth that is healthy or if you had pulled off some tooth.
People who experience that kind of pain are actually feeling a pain, also known as phantom pain. Actually the tooth receives a signal from the organ that is having problems. If you know the link between the teeth and the corresponding organ, you will know which organ is affected.
Here is a list where you can find out the diseases and the tooth connected to them:
- Urinary tract infections and inflammation of the ear are linked to pain in the incisors;
- First incisor shows that you may have tonsillitis or inflammation of the prostate gland;
- The canine shows that you might have hepatitis or inflammation of the gall bladder;
- If you have a premolar teeth ache you may have pneumonia, dysbacteriousis, allergy or inflammation of the colon;
- If your fourth tooth aches (upper or lower), you may have problems with the knees, shoulders, elbows, inflammation of the joints or disease of the colon;
- Duodenal and gastric ulcer, pancreatitis that is chronic, anemia, gastritis that is chronic can send signals to the molar teeth;
- Ache in the sixth bottom teeth is a sign of arteries problems, vein problems or atherosclerosis;
- Ache in sixth top teeth points to ovary, thyroid gland and spleen inflammation, diseases of the pharynx and the sinuses;
- Colon polyps, lung and vein problems such as pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchial asthma sends signals to lower molar teeth;
- Ache in the wisdom teeth is connected to coronary and cardiac diseases and also inborn defects.