Maybe you didn’t know that even the tiniest tooth problem may be a sign of certain internal issue. Unbelievable it is, but there is strong link between your teeth condition and your internal organs. Keep reading this article.
Just for instance- upper and lower incisors are associated with kidneys also bladder, and ears too, while canine teeth are linked to liver and gallbladder. Experts explain that premolars reflect lung and color; molars tell a lot about stomach, spleen, pancreas, and wisdom teeth are associated with heart and also small intestine.
Still it doesn’t mean that internal damages are always accompanied by damage of teeth. There are cases, when patients feel discomfort and slight pain in area that surrounding healthy tooth. Sometimes pain may be felt in areas where the tooth has been removed.
This pain, felt in such instances is named phantom pain resulting from messages the affected organ sends to that corresponding tooth.
SEE THE LIST BELOW IF YOU CAN MAKE OR DRAW ANY CORRELATIONS:
- Pain in lower and upper incisor typically a sign of cystitis or otitis, or pyelonephritis
- Pain in first incisor- tonsillitis or prostatitis
- Chronic pain in canine teeth- might be cholecystitis or hepatitis
- Pain in premolar teeth- cause may be colitis, allergic reaction or pneumonia, or dysbactriosis
- Pain in fourth teeth (top or bottom), problems like knee, elbow pain, shoulder pain, colon or inflammatory-related diseases as arthritis
- Pain in molars-may be gastric ulcer or chronic pancreatitis, also duodenal ulcer, anemia, chronic gastritis
- Pain in sixth lower teeth typically a sign of vein-related problems, or atherosclerosis, and problems with the arteries
- Pain in sixth upper teeth -often associated with inflammation of ovaries, spleen, thyroid gland, sinusitis and pharynx diseases
- Pain in the lower molars- very likely that you are suffering from varicose veins or polyps in colon, or lung-related problems as bronchial asthma, pneumonia, and bronchitis
- Wisdom teeth pain is troublesome as these teeth are related with cardiac diseases, also congenital defect and coronary heart disease as well.