Teeth and body

In the human body all things are related and, therefore, our teeth can affect internal organs and systems. Infection localized only in the tooth gradually passes through the root system into the surrounding tissues.

The presence of bacteria is causing inflammation and is employing the immune system.It is naturally trying to eliminate or at least limit the inflammation. If the infection is stronger, microorganisms can spread further throughout the body and affect other organs and tissues.

Teeth are often the cause of the disease of an "unknown" origin, in particular on an allergic basis. The relation of the teeth to the other organs Each tooth in the mouth has its specific function, but in addition, it also has the ability to affect distant organs.