Meridian Tooth Chart

Discovering Infections Under the Teeth
Infections can exist under the teeth and may be undetectable on X-Rays, especially in root canal treated teeth. Toxins leak out from infections and depress the normal functions of the immune system, leading to disease.

Education on Relationship between Specific Teeth and Illness
When a tooth becomes infected or diseased, the organ on the same acupuncture meridian could also become unhealthy. The opposite is also true: dysfunction in a specific organ could lead to a problem in the corresponding tooth.

Correcting Root Canals that are a cause of Illness
Toxins seeping out of root canals can cause systemic diseases of the heart, kidney, uterus and the nervous and endocrine systems. This may be due to the imperfect seal at the apex that allows bacteria to grow and undergo changes.

EMPIRICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
TEETH AND BODY ORGANS – CHART

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Teeth – Organs

Positive Emotions

Negative Emotions

  • 1 – Third Molar (top right)
    (Wisdom tooth)
    Heart, Duodenum
Joy
Love
Compassion
Rejection
Resentment
Family Problems
  • 2 – Second Molar (top right) ORGANS
    Pancreas Stomach Bladder
Self-Esteem
Order
Security
Low Self-Esteem
Depression
Guilt
Judgmental
  • 3 – First Molar (top right)
    Liver, Kidneys
    Pancreas, Stomach
Determination
Resolution
Caring
Humor
Anger
Inflexibility
Pride
Disrespectful
  • 4 – Second Premolar (top right)
    Right Lung, Large Intestine
    Small Intestine, Gall Bladder,
    Duodenum
Passion
Determination
Balance
Ego
Monotony
Possessiveness
Revenge
Critical
  • 5 – First Premolar (top right)
    ORGANS
    Right Lung, Pancreas
    Large Intestine, Stomach
Excitement
Purpose
Self-Esteem
Affection
Grief
Condemnation
Intolerance Love
Pain
  • 6 – Canine (top right) ORGAN
    Liver, Heart, Gall Bladder
Decisiveness
Compassion
Joy
Pride
Anger
Regret
Family Problems
Rejection
  • 7 – Second Incisor (top right)
    ORGANS
    Right Kidney, Bladder,
    Urogenital
Caring
Intimacy
Order
Inflexibility
Ego Problems
Disorganized
Aloof
  • 8 – First Incisor (top right)
    ORGANS
    Right Kidney, Bladder,
    Urogenital
Clarity
Acceptance
Survival
Disrespect
Emotional Outbursts
Stubbornness
  • 9 – First Incisor (top left)
    ORGANS
    Left Kidney, Bladder,
    Urogenital
Acceptance
Intimacy
Order
Inflexibility
Ego Problems
Survival Fear
  • 10 – Second Incisor (top left)
    ORGANS
    Left Kidney, Bladder,
    Urogenital
Comforting
Survival
Closeness
Prideful
Stubbornness
Repression
Avoidance of
Intimacy
  • 11 – Canine (top left)
    Liver, Heart, Bile Ducts
Resolution
Purpose, Love
Approval
Anger, Regret
Sadness
Resentment
Critical
  • 12 – First Premolar (top left)
    Left Lung, Liver, Pancreas
    Large Intestine, Stomach
Excitement
Decisiveness
Judgment
Happiness
Grief
Controlling
Monotony
Depression
Spite
  • 13 – Second Premolar (top left)
    Left Lung, Liver, Large Intestine
    Small Intestine, Gall Bladder,
    Duodenum
Enthusiasm
Determination
Balance
Assimilation
Intolerance
Negativity
Fear
Uneasiness
Anti-social
  • 14 – First Molar (top left) Liver, Kidneys, Spleen
    Stomach
Purpose
Comforting
Peace
Affection
Self-Condemnation
Regret
Price Rejection
Agitation
  • 15 – Second Molar (top left) Spleen, Stomach, Bladder
Self-Love
Calmness
Security
Closeness
Antagonism
Emotional Conflict
Lack of Self-love
  • 16 – Third Molar (top left)
    (Wisdom tooth)
    Heart, Jejunum, Ileum
Compassion
Joy
Love
Avoidance
Resentment
Rejection
  • 17 – Third Molar (bottom left)
    (Wisdom tooth) Heart, Liver, Jejunum
Joy
Love
Resolution
Purpose
Depression
Family Problems
Guilt
Regret
  • 18 – Second Molar (bottom left)
    Pancreas
    Stomach
    Bladder
Passion
Excitement
Assimilation
Anger
Grief
Manipulative
Self-centered
  • 19 – First Molar (bottom left) Lung
    Large Intestine
Enthusiasm
Balance
Zest
Love Pain
Controlling
Revenge
Over Critical
  • 20 – Second Premolar (bottom left) Spleen
    Stomach
Peace
Happiness
Calmness
Condemnation
Restless
Agitation
Emotional Conflicts
  • 21 – First Premolar (bottom left) Spleen, Liver, Pancreas, Stomach
Self Love
Enthusiasm
Humor
Security
Anger
Lack of Self-love
Resentment
Regret
  • 22 – Canine (bottom left) Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, Bile Ducts
Resolution
Excitement
Judgment
Resentment
Disorganized
Lack of Acceptance
Over-bearing
  • 23 – Second Incisor (bottom left)
    Left Kidney, Bladder
    Urogenital
Comforting
Closeness
Caring
Order
Repression
Pride
Unhappy Sexual
Feelings
  • 24 – First Incisor (bottom right)
    Left Kidney, Bladder, Urogenital
Acceptance
Intimacy
Order
Inflexibility
Anger
Emotional Outbursts
  • 25 – First Incisor (bottom right)
    Right Kidney, Bladder
    Urogenital
Clarity
Acceptance
Survival
Disrespect
Stubbornness
Sexual Problems
  • 26 – Second Incisor (bottom right)
    Right Kidney, Bladder, Urogenital
Caring
Intimacy
Order
Disorganized
Inflexible
Disharmony
  • 27 – Canine (bottom right) Liver, Lungs, Pancreas
    Gall Bladder
Judgment, Pride
Decisiveness
Compassion, Joy
Anger
Regret
Grief
Condemnation
Family Problems
  • 28 – First Premolar (bottom right) Pancreas, Liver
    Stomach, Pylorus
Purpose
Self-Esteem
Affection
Judgmental,
Insecurity
Low Self-esteem
Regretful
  • 29 – Second Premolar (bottom right) Right Lung, Liver, Large Intestine
    Small Intestine, Gall Bladder,
    Duodenum
Passion
Determination
Balance
Ego
Controlling
Revenge,
Unforgiving
Manipulative
Unyielding
  • 30 – First Molar (bottom right) Large Intestine
    Ileocecal Region
Passion
Balance
Zest
Anti-social
Pessimistic
Grief
Fear of the Future
  • 31 – Second Molar (bottom right)
    Lung
    Large Intestine
    Ileocecal Region
Excitement
Balance
Passion
Depression
Guilt
Lack of Acceptance
Negativity
  • 32 – Third Molar (bottom right)
    (Wisdom tooth)
    Heart
    Ileum
    Ileocecal Region
Joy
Love
Compassion
Approval
Family Problems
Resentment
Avoidance

Dr. Elmira Gadol – DMD
Holistic Dentist
277 West End Ave #1C
New York, NY 10023
Phone: 212-501-7177
Fax: 646-657-0699

http://www.elmiragadol.com/

Sources:
Empirical Relationships Between Teeth, Organs, Disease Chart
Compiled by Thomas Rau, M.D.
Paracelsus Clinic, Lustmuhle, Switzerland