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Illness in the body can lead to illness in your teeth

MagazineJuly 2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 4)Illness in the body can lead to illness in your teeth

Re your article on sarcoidosis (WDDTY vol 13 no 2, Q&A), my experience is that there is a two-way connection between teeth and various organs and systems of the body

Re your article on sarcoidosis (WDDTY vol 13 no 2, Q&A), my experience is that there is a two-way connection between teeth and various organs and systems of the body. The root-canal theory assumes a one-way connection - poisoning from a root canal to an organ - but I believe that imbalances in the rest of the body can have an effect on tooth health. I suspect that GS's tooth problem originated elsewhere and the root-canal filling has exacerbated the problem.


As a craniosacral therapist, I 'unwind' the tooth and feel where it is connected to. As there often appears (to my senses) to be a meridian connection, an acupuncturist would probably also be helpful. Direct tooth unwinding can also provide the finishing touches to clearing abscesses. - Andrew Cook, via e-mail


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