Your wisdom teeth have probably been gone for years, and although we trust our dentist unconditionally, we should ask ourselves if they’re right about wisdom teeth. This article will show you why it’s important to keep your wisdom teeth and not trust your dentist.

Most dentists recommend extracting these teeth as they’re not really necessary. But, what if they’re wrong?

Wisdom teeth are also called Third Molars and are positioned at the furthest point of the oral cavity. They appear in the late teen years or in the early twenties. According to a report by the American Journal of Public Health, more than 67% of preventative wisdom teeth removals were completely unnecessary, meaning that 20 out of 10 million removals were justified. Furthermore, the claims of dentists that wisdom teeth cause all kinds of diseases are false and are probably under the pretense of profit for the dental industry.

In the 1900s, Dr. Weston A. Price did research on the relation between oral health and diseases. He discovered that some native tribes with traditional diets were completely free of tooth decay, and concluded that proper dental health is closely related to our nutrition. Holistic dentists are already practicing this discovery – if you feed your jaw bone with enough nutrients during development, all your teeth will have proper spacing and won’t get crowded. Dr. Price also discovered that once the tribes started consuming sugar and white flour, their oral health quickly deteriorated.

Dr. Jay Friedman claims that two thirds of wisdom teeth removals are not required, and patients would be fine if they kept these teeth. Teeth are living organs connected to the body, and Traditional Chinese Medicine shows the vital relationship between the teeth and joints, spinal segments, vertebrae, organs and endocrine glands. For example, according to acupuncture meridians, wisdom teeth are connected to the small intestine and the front of the pituitary gland.

According to facts, 46% of your motor and sensory nerves are connected to your mouth and face, which is why a tooth extraction can break an acupuncture meridian that flows through the area. Tooth extraction can also be dangerous – although it is a pretty common procedure, wisdom tooth extraction involves serious health risks. This is a well-established fact considering 57 000 – 175 000 people have permanent tingling or numbing sensation after wisdom tooth extractions, meaning that our teeth are indeed connected to different parts of our body.