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Each Tooth Is Connected To An Organ And Each Pain Can Indicate A Health Problem

Each Tooth Is Connected To An Organ And Each Pain Can Indicate A Health Problem

Each Tooth Is Connected To An Organ And Each Pain Can Indicate A Health Problem

This may seem incredible, but there is a strong relationship between the condition of your teeth and the health of your internal organs. In traditional Chinese medicine, all organs are energetically linked to one another. And each tooth is energetically connected to an organ or group of organs.

The tooth is considered today as part of an energy circuit. This approach is known as dental energy.

What is dental energy?

The vitality of our teeth is linked to our balance and to our overall health, which is revealed by the dental energy. Teeth have a specific energy circulation and any dental problem can lead to an energy imbalance.

The concept of dental energy was developed by Dr. Jean Orsatelli. He was the first to solve the problem of the "dominant-dominated tooth" and to explain that there was an energy circulation between the teeth.

Relationship between teeth and organs
The condition and health of your teeth can impact your overall health. And each tooth has a distinctive relationship with one or more organs.

For example, if you experience upsetting of the upper and lower incisors, you may have problems with the bladder, kidneys or ears. Canine pain is associated with the liver and the gallbladder. The lung condition is directly related to the premolars, and the molars are related to the health of the stomach, pancreas and spleen. The famous teeth of wisdom have an affinity with the heart and the small intestine.

However, there are many cases where discomfort and pain are noticed in the areas surrounding a healthy tooth, or even sometimes the ailments can be felt at the location of a removed tooth. This type of pain is called ghost pain. It is felt once the organ sends a message to the corresponding tooth.

It is therefore very important to understand and know the connection between the teeth and the organs in order to be able to spot the affected organ.

Consult the following list for diseases and organs affected based on dental pain and ailments:

- Pain in the upper and lower incisor indicates pyelonephritis, cystitis or otitis.
- Pain in the first incisor is a sign of prostatitis or tonsillitis.

- Chronic pain in canines indicates a cholecystitis or hepatitis problem.
- Colitis, pneumonia, dysbactriosis or an allergic reaction can cause pain in the premolar teeth.

- Pain in the fourth tooth (top and bottom) indicates elbow pain, bowel disease, shoulder pain, knee pain, or inflammatory diseases such as arthritis.

- If you suffer from pain in the molars, it is very likely that you are suffering from anemia, gastric ulcer, chronic gastritis, duodenal ulcer, chronic pancreatitis.
- The pain in the sixth lower tooth is a sign of atherosclerosis, problems related to the veins and arteries.

- The pain in the sixth upper tooth is usually related to the inflammation of the thyroid gland, the ovaries, spleen, sinusitis and pharynx.

- Wisdom teeth are associated with heart disease, a congenital defect and coronary artery disease.

- Pain in the lower molars indicates that you are suffering from varicose veins, colon polyps or lung problems such as bronchitis, pneumonia or asthma.