Relationship Between Toothache And Sinusitis?

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age 22. Moderate toothache in the second right side. The gums are not swollen but feel like they are swollen, but they are not at all. It hurts so much that my nose and right cheek hurt like sinuses, migraines and neck pain. And there is thrush on the left of the second left front tooth. It’s been like this for a week, at first I gave medicine, booster, mefenamic acid and amoxicilin. 3days the pain got worse, then I replaced it with anocxia, 2 days the pain was reduced. The next day after it subsided, I just drank mefenamic acid and Clynda, and the pain got worse, the pain didn’t stop even though I had taken anocxia again. Plus my throat hurts like inflammation. Fyi, my front teeth have been filled and given like a post + root treatment. Then the sick one got root treatment and fillings on the right and left of the tooth, it should be covered, it’s been 4-5 years and it’s only been this way for 4-5 years, once an X-ray of the tooth said it needed to be removed but the doctor didn’t know which one was removed. Meanwhile, to remove the tooth, it must not hurt first, I can’t sleep until my neck hurts, my cheeks hurt, all right side of my face hurts. What medicine should I take? Cataflam or anocxia which usually works until it doesn’t work. Is this really a sinus pain? I read that I have a toothache due to sinuses, could that be the case, so in the end my dental medicine for middle school didn’t work even though it usually does. Please advise. Thanks

1 Answer:

Hi Rosa21,

Thank you for the question. Have you checked yourself back to the dentist to find out the cause of your toothache? Toothache can be caused by various health conditions such as cavities, inflammation of the dental pulp (i.e. the innermost layer of the tooth), tooth decay/crack, periodontal abscess, gum injury, or gum problems (eg, gingivitis, gum ulcers). . Sinusitis is inflammation of the sinuses, which are the air spaces under the cheekbones, nose and forehead. If a toothache is caused by sinusitis, then you will also experience other symptoms of sinusitis such as runny/stuffy nose, headache, pain in the cheek, back of the nose, or forehead, fever, cough, mucus flow from nose to throat, and cough.

The most appropriate step you can take right now is to immediately consult a dentist to find out the cause, especially because taking pain relievers is no longer able to relieve your toothache. Avoid using antibiotics without a doctor's advice because your toothache is not necessarily caused by an infection. The use of antibiotics that are not in accordance with the recommendations can endanger your health because it can trigger bacteria to become resistant to these antibiotics.

Meanwhile, please keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth twice a day, using an antiseptic mouthwash if necessary.

Hope this information is useful.

Dr. Aloisia

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