Teeth Ache When Moving The Head?
, I want to ask. When I move like running, nodding / shaking my head suddenly my teeth ache. Strangely, it stopped moving … the pain disappeared. Honestly, my tooth ache came after I recovered from a severe cold. Please explain, thank you
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Toothache that occurs when you move your head, especially if it occurs after you recover from the flu, is most likely caused by inflammation of the sinuses or sinusitis. The tip of the root of the upper teeth is attached to the maxillary sinus (sinuses in the cheeks under the eyes), so that inflammation in this sinus area can cause various sensations in the teeth, including pain or pain in the teeth. These symptoms will especially appear when you bow your head.
Although it is most likely caused by a disruption in your sinuses, tooth aches can also be caused by other things, such as deep holes in the teeth, cracked or broken teeth, inflammation of the gums, tartar buildup, habitual bluffing of teeth, use of chemicals certain teeth (eg teeth whitening), gums that fall, etc. You should try to check yourself to the ENT doctor first to ensure the presence or absence of sinusitis and treatment for your sinusitis. If indeed after sinusitis is resolved your teeth still ache, consult your dentist.
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