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The Connection between Teeth and Organs

“The mouth is the mirror to the body,” this is according to the founding father of modern medicine named Sir William Osier. A vital link exists between the teeth and the different organs of the body, endocrine glands, spinal segments, joint, and vertebrae. Science reveals that our teeth are connected to the brain by nerves. The nerves function by sending impulses or messages to certain parts of the body.

The Origin
A long time ago, the Chinese discovered that the body has an energy flowing through it. This energy is known as Qi. The Chinese also discovered approaches to gauge the Qi and trace the pathways, also called the meridians, on which the energy flowed. The Qi flow is vital to having good health. When the body is healthy, the energy flows smoothly. When there is a disturbance in the flow, it may lead to diseases. Imagine yourself breathing. When we breathe, air flows smoothly in and out of our body. On the other hand, when the energy flow is disturbed, death or disease may occur.

The Meridians
The meridians are responsible for connecting specific organs with each other to promote balance. Each yin organ is coupled with a yang organ, for instance, the lungs are paired with the large intestine, the liver is paired with the gall bladder, the spleen is paired with the stomach; and the small intestine with the heart. Also, the meridians connect the teeth to the organs in the body.    

The simplest method to view the meridians connecting the teeth and organs is to consider each tooth. There is a meridian to every tooth. In total, there are 14 meridians. The 32 teeth have meridians that represent them. When a meridian is stressed, the tooth that corresponds to it reacts to the localized pressure.

The Teeth and Our Organs

Our teeth are connected to the different organs in the body through meridians.

Upper and lower incisors


Functional Circle:
Urinary bladder



Functional Circle:
Gall bladder

Upper premolars and lower molars


Functional Circle:
Large Intestine

Upper molars and lower premolars


Functional Circle:

Upper and lower wisdom teeth


Functional Circle:
Small bowel

The Studies
In 2009, a Dental Aegis journal reviewed a new hypothesis in dentistry referred to as “teeth as sensory organs.” The review posits that the mechanoreceptors in teeth exercise control over a series of neural activities each time we eat. The receptors determine how fast and hard we chew and offer sensory feedback to the nervous system. Our tooth pulp is made up of mechanoreceptive fibers. Mechanoreception pertains to the conscious perception or unconscious sensing of touch or mechanical displacement that arises from outside stimuli. Mechanoreceptors refer to sensory end organs that react to mechanical stimuli including vibration, pressure, or tension.

A Finnish research separated the genes responsible for the development of teeth and discovered that these are the same genes accountable for organ development. In the framework of cellular development and differentiation, genes that are involved in the development of organs are indicators for possible occurrence of cancer in later life. As a matter of fact, there is a connection between cancer and abnormal development of teeth. Researchers documented a link between breast cancer formation and bacteria in dental pulp. In the same way, dental infections play a part in cardiovascular diseases, erectile dysfunction, and stroke.    

What happens to the tooth and organ relationship when there is an infection?
An infection of a tooth, including the bone surrounding the tooth and the gum, can impact the organ. Try visualizing this connection as an electrical circuit. When there is an infection, the electrical circuit or the energy is disturbed, thus resulting in toothache or a problem in the organ corresponding to it.

A healthy body and a healthy mouth go together. When the teeth are infected, this can pose detrimental effects on the psychological and physical wellbeing.

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