The experts explain that the tooth problems can be a sign of some certain internal issues. This phenomenon is due to the strong link between the state of your internal organs and the state of your teeth.
We can highlight the link that the lower and upper incisors have with the kidneys, bladder, and ears while liver and gallbladder are linked with the canine teeth. The next link, according to the experts is between the premolars and the lung and the molars tell a lot about the state of the stomach, spleen, and the pancreas. The wisdom teeth are associated with the heart and the small intestine.
However, it isn’t the case that all of the internal damages are accompanied by damage to the teeth. Sometimes the patients feel discomfort and slight pain in the areas surrounding a healthy tooth and, also the pain may be felt in the areas where the tooth has been long been removed.
The explanation is that the pain felt in such tooth is so-called “phantom” pain which results from the messages that organ sends to the corresponding tooth. This is very important to know that connection, and you will be able to root out the diseased organ easily.
On the list below you can see some correlations between the teeth and some diseases:
– Pain in the lower and upper incisor is typically a sign of otitis, cystitis, or pyelonephritis
– Tonsillitis or prostatitis send the signals in the first incisor
– The chronic pain in the canine teeth might be cholecystitis or hepatitis
– Colitis, pneumonia, allergic reaction, or dysbacteriosis cause the pain in the premolar teeth,
– The pain in the fourth teeth (bottom and top), tell you probably that you have problems like knee pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, colon disease, or arthritis
– Feeling the pain in the molars may be caused by gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, chronic pancreatitis, chronic gastritis or anemia,
– The sixth lower teeth typically signs atherosclerosis, vein-related problems, and problems with the arteries
– The inflammation of the ovaries, thyroid gland, and spleen, and sinusitis and pharynx diseases can cause pain in the sixth upper teeth
– If you feel pain in the lower molars that can be a sign of suffering from polyps in the colon, varicose veins or lung-related problems like bronchial asthma, pneumonia, and bronchitis,
– Wisdom teeth pain is related to cardiac diseases, coronary heart disease, and congenital defect.