MOLARS: Their function is to "grind" foods therefore closely linked to food. The premolars have the function of "tear" and molars to "pulverize and crush".
Stability, security, anchor and support.
Devaluation conflict not to bite or not to show the teeth (and bark) to others, or cannot express (have to hide words) in the family.
The first molars, are related to our stability, security and the ability to take our rightful place in life. They represent our ability to feed ourselves, real and symbolic. Preserve the memory of our first 6 years.
First upper molars/molars of the real parents: They represent the place where I was born, the place I occupy in the family, my home, my family background, my family stability. They are related to food (real and symbolic) we receive from our parents and authority.
First right upper molar: It expresses how I react to the authority of my mother, what place my mother gives me. My reaction to female orders.
First left upper molar: It expresses how I react to the authority of my father, what place my father gives me. My reaction to male authorities.
First upper molars problems: They tell us what we feel about our family situation, if we feel that our parents have been unjust, overprotective, authoritarian, absent, with too many punishments, etc. If I face them, if there are fights and arguments, my molars present damage.
Lower first molars: They represent our adoptive, symbolic parents and their ability to ensure our materials and emotional security. They reflect my safe haven, a warm atmosphere and love.
First right lower molar: Reflects the emotional and economic security provided by my mother.
First left lower molar: Represents the emotional and economic security provided by my father.
First lower molars problems: We suggest that we have a deep insecurity, lack or are afraid of lack of food, money, affection. That there was no home or a mother or a father, physically or emotionally present. Where will I live? What if I want to leave?
The second molars: They are related to our place in society. They represent our ability to settle into a job, to have a stable relationship and starting a family. Our ability to capture the emotional nourishment we receive from the society around us. They carry the memory of our first 12 years.
Second upper molars/molars of transgression:
They are the teeth that show the support we receive from others, the way our parents raised us to develop ourselves like them. They represent the fact that we can trust others, feel supported, backed by others. Always in the labour, professional and social aspect.
Second upper right molar: Social loyalty to my mother.
Second upper left molar: Social loyalty to my father.
Second molars problems: They express our inability to trust others. They show that we are not in our rightful place. We do not accept, or we integrate ourselves with others. We lived a difficult adolescence.
Second lower molar/teeth union: They represent our partner in life, who will I build a home with. Friend, neighbour who is always willing to lend a hand when we need it. Molars are revealing how my marriage or my loving and friendly relations are.
Lower right second molar: My wife, my girlfriend, my friend, my neighbour.
Lower left second molar: My husband, my boyfriend, my friend, my neighbour.
Second mandibular molars problems: Any problem in the second lower molars represents they have betrayed me. Deceptions, lies, fraud, deception caused by others.
Wisdom teeth: They represent our mental maturity, our wisdom to make decisions, our autonomy and ability to feed ourselves.
The wisdom teeth come out when we have already established the principles instilled by our parents and are perfectly able to lead us, feed us and keep us alone. The birth of the wisdom teeth tells us that we are adults and we should be prepared to leave home and form our own family.
If we bother to leave us express the pain of growing up and know that we can no longer rely more on our parents. The greater the pain we feel, the more we indicated that maturing is costing us, to separate home and stop being children hurt.
Any injury represents that we are immature in all aspects, always with jokes or not giving importance, lack of vision.
"My mother must look after my children, I do not have time"
"With that money, I buy clothes, and then we'll see"
"I do not trust my originality, do not trust what I can achieve, I'm such a little thing"
Wisdom tooth with a single root: "I dare not take up space" "I have little confidence in life".
Wisdom teeth with several roots: "I have a rich and complex personality"
"I possess many talents and resources, I can fulfil myself in what I want"
Wisdom tooth that never goes: "I have a visceral fear of dying".
When we need to take out a wisdom tooth, it also has its meaning:
Consciously extract: "I've decided it's time to leave the house, move, go, break free, etc".
Unconsciously extract: (only because it causes much pain):
"I renounce to see for myself, renounce to walk alone, I want to backtrack, I want to be young and remain under the protection of my parents"
Here is a much more detailed information, from this page: http://biosanat.es/?p=444
It is based on the experience of Dr. Christian Beyer, degree in surgical dentistry faculty of Strasbourg. According to Dr. Beyer: "It is in our teeth where we can read The Great Book of Life".
He is the author of the book: Dental Decoding. Published by the Synchrony publisher.
When we suffer an emotional conflict, it impacts our psyche, as demonstrated by Dr. Hamer. The impact is manifested in a particular area of the brain. According to the impacted area, we suffer a condition in an organ or other body.
But, in this process we find that we have teeth that protect us! Before it reaches the condition of the organ, the tooth download the information sent to our psyche to cushion this conflicting mass. As a result, the impact weight is lower in the body. However, if the conflict lasts over time, both parties will overburden.
For those who are not experts in dentistry, I will explain that the mouth is divided into four quadrants. Above, seen from the front left (in ourselves represents our right), it is the 1st quadrant. Above, viewed from the front on the right, it is the 2nd quadrant. Below, seen from the front on the right, it is the 3rd quadrant. Finally, bottom left is the 4th quadrant
The 1st quadrant represents the clan and the father figure.
The 2nd quadrant represents the family and the mother figure.
The 3rd quadrant represents the home.
The 4th quadrant represents the work.
The teeth begin to number from incisors (the center) to the wisdom teeth. Therefore, the first incisor will be the number 1; the second incisor the number 2, and so on to the number 8, that is the wisdom tooth.
Therefore, the first incisor tooth in the 1st quadrant is number 11. The wisdom tooth in the 1st quadrant will be the number 18. The canine in the 2nd quadrant will be the number 23. The first number indicates which quadrant the tooth belongs to, and the second number indicates what tooth are we referring to.
MEANING OF EACH TOOTH:
11- Father. The role of the father.
21- Mother. The role of the mother.
31- Action of the mother.
41- Male aggression. Memory of violence.
If 11 and 21 are separated, it means that in our genealogy was a father and a mother who were separated, and that person pulls information so that the same conflict has lived in his/her parents.
If one of the two is straight and the other bent, there was a father and a mother who did not look to each other.
If the 21 is more advanced than 11, he/she had a mother who was above the father.
12- My relationship with the father. How I see myself about my father.
22- My relationship with the mother.
32- Protection of the mother.
42 - Protection of the father.
11 above 12 is a memory of a despot father who is above me.
A pathology in 32 is a memory of a lack of protection of the mother.
A condition in 42 is a memory of a despot father. I have to protect him/her.
13- Represents the rules, laws. Ability to obey.
23- Represents the moral, good and evil. Traditions and customs. Ability to submit.
33-Memories of slavery, servitude.
43- When not straight, memories of falling (real or symbolic). Lost property.
14- Memory that stays, child without a father. Love lost father.
24- Conflict of missing, without relations with family. Mother Love.
34- Memory loss. Partner love.
44- Loss of brothers.
15- Memory of treason. Someone betrayed or been betrayed. Despair.
25- Memory of deception and denial. Injustice.
35- Memory of a rejection.
45- Frustration memory. Anger after being frustrated.
16- Our dreams; what we seek in life. My clan, my father does not deal with me.
26- Need to be a balanced person. Stick to what you want to be.
36- Recognition, surnames, nicknames. Memory of an abandoned child. Removing the uterus. Home.
46- Desire. Conflict of male potency. Memory of shame. My father always doubt what I do.
17- Exclusion of the clan. If the roots are welded, no memory of exile.
27- Belonging to the family. Family Alliance. The tradition.
37- The worthiness; rejection. I'm no good. Memories of breathlessness.
47- Memory of exile, unable to return. Not being perfect. Suffering success. Be the first, the best. Objective achieved.
18- Meeting the goal of life. Obey the boss.
28- Memoirs of sin with the laws of the church. Morally prohibited relations. Assent.
38- Memoirs of penance, forgiveness.
48- Conflict with modesty, with sexuality. Secrets (in most cases, sexual)
My identity, what "I am" reflects the basal bone.
My gestures, movements, what I do, manifest in the dental ligament.
It is important to note that every mouth disease will give us precise information about the conflict that exists.
Transgenerational programs we have inherited are reflected especially in the roots. If they are together, one above the other, etc. They will give us accurate information.
Knowing ourselves: What does the body want to tell us with diseases?