When you get a tooth ache, did you realize it could be an indicator of organ damage? Sure, sometimes a toothache can mean a problem with your tooth – but there are also plenty of times it may be an indicator of a problem elsewhere.
As a result, it’s important you pay attention when you get a toothache, as doing so can help address a bigger problem early.
See how each of the organs below can manifest in tooth pain below:
- Kidney and bladder: bottom and upper incisors
- Liver and bile: canines
- Lung and colon: premolars
- Gall bladder, spleen, pancreas: molars
- heart and bowels: wisdom teeth
Or consider it from this vantage of which tooth hurts:
- First incisor: urinary tract infection, bladder infection, ear infection, tonsillitus,
- Second incisor: urinary tract infection, bladder infection, ear infection
- Canines: liver and bile issues
- Premolars: lung and colon issues
- Molars: colitis, chronic pneumonia, asthma, allergies, joints (especially knees and shoulders), arthritis, bowel disease, heart disease, and more
- Sixes and sevens: anemia, gastritis, pancreatitis, ulcers
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