Why should the 2nd upper left molar tooth be considered important by Fort Lauderdale, FL, patients?

Why Should the 2nd Upper Left Molar Tooth Be Considered Important by Fort Lauderdale, FL Area Patients?

Dr. Yolanda Cintron of Go Natural Dentistry in Fort Lauderdale, FL, looks at providing her patients with holistic smiles. As a part of her holistic dentistry practice, she goes beyond creating beautiful smiles and focuses on healthy smiles and good oral health that can positively contribute to your overall well-being and good health. Read on to find out more about the 2nd upper left molar tooth from leading dentist Dr. Cintron of Go Natural Dentistry. 

The 2nd upper left molar tooth is the fifteenth tooth in the Meridian Tooth Chart. The meridian organ through which energy flows is the stomach, and energies flow towards the breast, stomach, spleen, and bladder. Also, this tooth is directly related to the health of the adrenal, pineal, and parathyroid glands and also the maxillary sinus sensory area. Moreover, this tooth affects the health of the T11, T12, and L1 vertebrae and the T11 and T12 spinal cord segments. The tooth also affects the well-being of your anterior knee, mandible joints and trunk musculature. 

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