sinus tooth pain
In acupressure therapy, the force applied alleviates tension in the muscles, increases blood flow, and lowers the tooth pain. 5 important points are SI18, GB21, LI4, ST6, & ST36.
Tooth pain occurs in teeth or surrounding structure. It is due to dental disease that affects the tooth or referred pain from non-dental disease.
Regular toothache is limited to the affected tooth. Toothaches are more focused, and therefore the patient can locate the pain in the mouth. But sinus tooth pain is primarily felt in the upper jaw and it affects multiple teeth at the same time.
Dull, throbbing pain on one or both side of your face around your mouth is generally due to problems related to teeth, such as a toothache, dental caries, or abscess. Contact your dentist, if you experience this type of pain. Pain related to sinusitis can be felt on the cheekbone and under the eye.
Can Sinus Infection Cause Tooth Pain? Yes, this occurs when the infection involves the maxillary sinus, located in our cheekbones & due to the congestion pain is often referred to the maxillary teeth, especially the molar teeth. The sinus infection related toothache subsides once the infection subsides.