You’ve Been Thinking About Removing Wisdom Teeth? This Is A Good Reason Not To Do That!
According to many dentists, wisdom teeth can push the other teeth and should be removed as soon as possible! However, numerous studies have refuted this!
They usually begin to grow in the late teens or early twenties. Studies have shown that more than 67% already extracted wisdom teeth were removed actually unnecessary!
Old folk tales about the third molars that cause many diseases, are very inaccurate! Billions of dollars a year are given for unnecessary removal of wisdom teeth.
The teeth are vital, living bodies with the rest of your body form one unit. Wisdom teeth are connected (according to the acupuncture meridians) with the front part of our pituitary gland. In fact, 46% of the nerves of the entire body are associated with our mouth and face.
So, whenever you remove a tooth, it actually disrupts and degrades the acupuncture meridian, which runs through the territory of that tooth. In traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture system is known for more than 5000 years, and it shows the vital link between your teeth and spine, joints, organs and endocrine glands.
Each of the teeth is connected with some of the vital organs, and removing it from the jaw, very often is not without consequences.
Therefore, if you have not already removed wisdom teeth, do not do that unless there is any major medical reason.