Did you know that the teeth reflect the condition of the organ with which they are connected through the same acupuncture meridian? So, if a tooth becomes infected or you experience pain in a specific tooth, it means that the organ on the same acupuncture meridian is also unhealthy. Moreover, if a specific organ doesn’t function properly, the corresponding tooth will show some signs, such as infection or pain.
The toxins which seep out of the root canals can be detrimental to the health and affect various organs. Therefore, due to the fact that the teeth can have a direct influence on another organ in the body, it is important to learn which tooth corresponds to which organ.
Bear in mind that to understand how these meridians are connecting the organs and teeth is to consider on the tooth at a time. Each tooth has a meridian going to it. In fact, there are 12 meridians in total, and the 32 teeth are represented on them. For instance, the bicuspids share one meridian; the molars share another; the anterior (front) teeth, yet another. The maxillary bicuspids share with the mandibular molars, and the maxillary molars share with the mandibular bicuspids.
It is important to know where the blockage is occurring, whether in the organ or in the tooth, so you can discover the cause and treat it properly. Therefore, if you experience pain or some other ailment in a specific tooth, here’s what it means.
The Relationship Between Your Teeth and Organs
The First and Second Incisor (Upper and Lower)
If you experience pain or damage in your first and second incisor, it may indicate chronic pyelonephritis, cystitis, and otitis. The first incisor is connected to tonsillitis, osteochondrosis, prostatitis, disability to the hip joint. Moreover, if you deal with constant dull pain in canine teeth, it denotes hepatitis or cholecystitis.
The 4th and 5th Teeth Root
Pain in the fourth and the fifth tooth root may be caused as a result of pneumonia, colitis, allergic reaction (asthma, respiratory allergy, rhinosinusitis), and long flowing dysbacteriosis.
The 4th Teeth (Top and Bottom)
Experiencing pain in the fourth teeth usually relates to issues with knee joints, shoulder, elbow, beam-ring, inflammatory process with the chronic nature of the type of arthritis, and colon disease.
The 6th and 7th Teeth
The pain in the sixth and seventh teeth is a result of chronic gastritis, long flowing anemia, duodenal ulcer, gastric ulcer, and chronic pancreatitis.
The 6th Upper Tooth
If you experience discomfort in the sixth upper tooth, it indicates that you are dealing with sinusitis tonsillitis, pharynx diseases in mastopathy, tumor in the thyroid gland, spleen and ovaries inflammation.
The 6th Lower Tooth
On the other hand, pain in the sixth lower tooth shows that there is some issue with arteries and atherosclerosis.
The 7th Lower Teeth
It indicated some issues with veins (hemorrhoids, varicosis), lung (chronic pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchial asthma), and polyps in the colon.
The Wisdom Teeth
If you experience some kind of discomfort in the wisdom teeth, it may mean that you suffer from coronary heart disease, congenital defect, and other cardiac diseases.