Tooth Pain Shows Organ Health: All Organs in Our Body Are Connected to Our Teeth

There is a great link between the state of your organs and your teeth, and even a small tooth problem can show some internal health issues.

Tooth Pain Shows Organ Health: All Organs in Our Body Are Connected to Our Teeth

One of those links is a connection between upper and lower incisors and bladder, ears, and kidneys. There is also a link between gallbladder, liver and canine teeth. Some experts say that besides all of this there is a connection between wisdom teeth, small intestines, and heart.

Of course, all of this doesn’t mean that internal damages are linked to teeth damage. There is something called phantom pain and it happens around areas where the tooth is already removed long ago. It happens because some organs send messages to the tooth, and if you feel this, you can detect the organ with the problem.

The Possibilities of Organ Problems Linked to Teeth:

  • Molar pain is gastric ulcer, chronic pancreatitis, duodenal ulcer, anemia or chronic gastritis
  • Wisdom teeth pain means cardiac issues, congenital defects, and heart problems
  • Pain in canine teeth is hepatitis or cholecystitis
  • Premolar teeth pain is colitis, allergy, pneumonia or dysbacteriosis
  • Pain in the fourth teeth upper and lower, means shoulder pains, colon issues, inflammation like arthritis
  • Pain in 1st incisor is prostatitis or tonsillitis
  • Sixth lower teeth pain is vein issues, atherosclerosis and artery issues
  • Pain in upper sixth teeth is ovary inflammation, spleen issues, thyroid issues, sinusitis or pharynx issues
  • Pain in lower molars means varicose veins, colon polyps or lung issues like bronchial asthma, bronchitis or pneumonia
  • Pain in lower and upper incisor is cystitis, otitis or pyelonephritis