10 Sinus Infection Symptoms
Your teeth hurt
Tooth pain related to a sinus infection isn’t actually tooth pain; it comes from all that pressure building up inside the head, merely giving the impression of a nasty old toothache.
Usually a sinus-related toothache is bilateral, meaning it occurs on both sides of the face. And when you push down on the tooth, it doesn’t send you shrieking in pain as a regular toothache would. "It’s referred pain, like arm pain in a heart attack," Dr. Papa explains.
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