People should definitely pay attention to their teeth because they can point to certain problems with the organs. In the opinion of many experts, the condition of your kidneys and bladder is reflected in your lower and upper incisors.

When it comes to the normal state of the liver and gallbladder, they are associated with canines. The front molars are closely related to your lungs and colon, because they show the condition of these organs.

Molars 6 and 7  indicate the state of the pancreas, spleen and gallbladder, and wisdom teeth show the state of your heart and the small intestine.

However, there are diseases that cannot be marked by damage to your teeth because they have already been removed. This pain is called phantom pain and usually appears as a signal that the affected organ sends to your teeth.

There is definitely a strong link between your organs and your teeth, so be sure to pay attention to the condition of your teeth to detect the disease as soon as possible. In addition, because of this strong connection, you can experience headaches or migraines. For example, if your roots are inflamed, you will experience pain in the parietal area. On the other hand, you will feel pain in the front on the head if there is a problem with lesions of the upper incisors.

The indication that you are likely to have chronic pyelonephritis (upper urinary tract infection), cystitis (bacterial infection of the bladder) or otitis media (painful inflammation of the ear) is the pain in your first and second incisors.

Signal of inflammation of the tonsils, is pain in the first incisor, while constant pain in the same area is an indicator of cholecystitis (acute inflammation of the gallbladder wall) or hepatitis.

When it comes to ulcers, anemia, ulcer in the duodenum, pancreatitis or gastritis, you will feel the pain in your upper first and second molars.

On the other hand, if you feel the pain only in the first upper molar, it means that you are dealing with thyroid gland tumors, sinusitis, angina, and even inflammation of the ovaries and spleen.

If you suffer from atherosclerosis, or if you have certain medical problems with the arteries, you will experience pain in the lower molars.

Many experts claim that pain in the lower second molar is an indication that you have certain lung problems such as asthma, inflammation, or bronchitis. In addition, it can also be a sign of the presence of polyps in your intestines. Last, but not least, we should also be aware of the fact that certain problems with your molars often associated with heart disease and birth defects. When it comes to caries in this area, it means that it’s about ulcers in your stomach or problems with the endocrine system.