Did you know that even the tiniest tooth problem can be a sign of certain internal issue? As unbelievable as it sounds, there is a strong link between the state of your teeth and your internal organs. Read on for more in-depth information on the topic!
The pain felt in such instances is called phantom pain and it results from the messages the affected organ sends to the corresponding tooth. If you are familiar with this connection, you will be able to root out the diseased organ easily.
CHECK OUT THE LIST BELOW AND SEE IF YOU CAN MAKE OR DRAW ANY CORRELATIONS:
- Pain in the upper and lower incisor is typically a sign of cystitis, otitis, or pyelonephritis
- Pain in the first incisor signals tonsillitis or prostatitis
- If you are experiencing chronic pain in the canine teeth, it might be cholecystitis or hepatitis
- In case of pain in the premolar teeth, the cause may be colitis, allergic reaction, pneumonia, or dysbactriosis
- If you have pain in the fourth teeth (top and bottom), you probably have problems like knee pain, elbow pain, shoulder pain, colon disease, or inflammatory-related diseases like arthritis