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A member asked:

Im pretty sure i have a sinus infection. my teeth and face hurt whenever i lean over. i do not have a fever.,but tired. im tired probably because i teach kindergarten. thanks teeth and face hurt?

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Dr. Yvette Kratzberg
Pediatrics 26 years experience
Sinusitis: Facial pain/tooth pain can be indications of sinusitis (inflammation of sinuses). Most people find relief when the do saline nasal washes every day or twice a day for a week. The wash clears additional mucus and sooths inflamed nasal/sinus passages allowing the inflammation to decrease. Acetaminophen can also be useful in relieving the pain and inflammation. Psuedoephedrine can relieve pressure.
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Orthodontics 55 years experience
Sounds like...: Sounds like sinusitis. Your GP or a specialist ENT are your best choices for treatment. If your Physician finds that your sinuses are healthy, see your General Dentist. The root tips of upper molars are only 2 cell layers away from the inside of your maxillary sinuses. infected upper molars can mimic infected sinuses.
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Last updated Oct 22, 2020

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