Learn how the teeth can affect the sinuses and how to tell which is the cause of your problem.
Sinus Headache or Tooth Infection?
No, and here’s why. Infections weaken the immune system, and as an infection grows, it pushes the teeth further back. The closest thing to your upper teeth is the maxillary sinus, which is located in the cheek above your teeth.
Once you have this combination of infections, it can spread to your lymph nodes or neck before infecting your throat, which will cause irritation or inflammation. These are signs that a serious infection may be traveling in your blood stream.
Being proactive about tooth discomfort can help you get on the path to a healthier smile
Understanding the difference between a sinus headache and tooth infection.
Look for any signs of inflammation or bleeding on your gums. If you have chronic sinus issues, let your dentist know as soon as possible.
If you are experiencing any type of mouth trauma, visit Ashland Dental as soon as possible to be seen by Dr. Ilenne Noetzel
Make sure to check for any changes in your teeth, for any changes will be an indicator of overall health.
Call Ashland Dental today for a consultation. Get the best dental care for your oral health!