Molar Toothache Accompanied By Pain Around The Nose?
Excuse me, I want to ask why my sore molar teeth are related to the sinus side of the right nose. I wonder what pain and how healing
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Complaints of pain around the nose can be caused by several possibilities, which are often include:
Rhinosinusitis (inflammation of the nasal mucosa and sinus around the nose, symptoms: thick snot, postnasal drip (thick snot that runs from the nose to the back of the throat), cough, facial and head pain, swelling around the eyes, tooth pain, sore throat, and fever; called acute rhinosinusitis if symptoms last less than 12 weeks; called chronic rhinosinusitis if more than 12 weeks); If sinusitis is preceded by dental infection in the maxilla, a condition that generally occurs is dentogen sinusitis, which is inflammation that occurs in the maxillary sinus anatomically located adjacent to the upper back teeth (molars) so that infection in the teeth in the area can spread to the sinuses and play a role in the occurrence of sinusitis
Trigeminal neuralgia (facial pain in a region that is innervated by the trigeminal cranial nerve branching, feels like being pricked, arises suddenly, severe intensity, usually occurs in people over 40 years old, triggered by triggers that should not cause severe pain, for example: chewing, gusts of wind, talk, brush your teeth)
Migraine (recurring headache, usually occurs on one side of the head, feels throbbing, heavy with routine activities outside the routine, generally has a duration of 4-72 hours, and can be initiated with an aura of impaired vision or tingling)
You are advised to consult directly with your doctor, ENT specialist, or neurologist because to be able to identify the underlying disease, a more complete history and physical examination is needed by the doctor. Later, the doctor may plan a supplementary examination if an indication is found, for example an x-ray of the head. In addition, you are also advised to see a dentist to deal with diseases of the teeth that might be a risk factor for complaints of pain in the face.
To help reduce pain, you can use painkillers that are sold freely, for example paracetamol, with doses following the rules of use listed on the packaging of the drug. As a recommendation at home, you are advised to get enough rest, consume nutritiously balanced foods, increase consumption of fruits rich in vitamin C (for example: oranges, apples, mangoes, etc.), and drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about sinusitis. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.