Did you know that even the tiniest tooth can be a sign of an internal problem and that there is a big connection between the health of your teeth and the health of your other internal organs?
For example, the upper and lower incisors are linked to the bladder, kidneys and ears while canine teeth are associated with the liver and gallbladder. Medical experts says that the premolars reflect the state of the lung, the molars are related to the health of the stomach, pancreas and spleen, and the wisdom teeth are connected to the small intestine and the heart.
This does not mean that damaging the teeth is guilty for all internal damages, but there are many cases when people are feeling discomfort and pain in the areas around a healthy tooth and this phantom pain comes as a result of the message that the affected organ sends. So, it is of a big importance to know the connection between your internal organs and the teeth. This way, you will quickly find out the root of the damaged organ.
– Feeling pain in the upper and lower incisor means pyelonephritis, cystitis, or otitis.
– Feeling pain in the first incisor is a sign of prostatitis or tonsillitis.
– Feeling chronic pain in the canine teeth means thatyou are suffering from hepatitis or cholecystitis.
– Feeling pain in the premolar teeth is usually a sign of allergic reaction, dysbactriosis, pneumonia or colitis.
– Pain in the fourth teeth (top and bottom) indicates elbow pain, colon disease, shoulder pain, knee pain, or inflammatory-related diseases like arthritis.
– Having pain in the molars usually indicates suffering from anemia, gastric ulcer, chronic gastritis, duodenal ulcer, chronic pancreatitis, etc.
– Pain in the sixth lower teeth is a clear sign of atherosclerosis, vein-related problems and problems with your arteries.
– Feeling pain in the sixth upper teeth is usually linked to inflammation of the ovaries, thyroid gland, and spleen, sinusitis and pharynx diseases.
– Your wisdom teeth are connected with cardiac diseases, congenital defect and coronary heart disease.
– Feeling pain in the lower molars means varicose veins, polyps in the colon or lung-related problems like bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, and bronchial.