5 doctors weighed in:

Can brain tumor cause teeth pain?

5 doctors weighed in
Dr. April Ziegele
Dentistry - Cosmetic
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Anything that puts pressure on a nerve in the head and neck area can cause referred pain in a tooth.
All tooth pain should be checked by a dentist to ensure it isn't caused by decay or an infection though.

In brief: Yes

Anything that puts pressure on a nerve in the head and neck area can cause referred pain in a tooth.
All tooth pain should be checked by a dentist to ensure it isn't caused by decay or an infection though.
Thank

In brief: Yes , it could

The nerves that go to the teeth and muscles of the face could be affected by the pressure caused from a growing mass in the brain.
The location of the tumor , size and density all contribute symptoms and tooth pain is included in that group.

In brief: Yes , it could

The nerves that go to the teeth and muscles of the face could be affected by the pressure caused from a growing mass in the brain.
The location of the tumor , size and density all contribute symptoms and tooth pain is included in that group.
Thank
1 comment
Dr. Arnold Malerman
The tooth pain, however, can have other causes. Please also see your Dentist to rule out decay, fractures, occlusion problems, infected sinus, clenching/grinding, etc.
Get help from a real doctor now
Dr. William Forsythe
Board Certified, Emergency Medicine
26 years in practice
179K people helped
Continue
100,000 doctors available