Yes, it can. Usually in the maxillary posterior teeth.
Of course. A sinus infection can sometimes cause you to feel pain in your teeth, ears, and jaw. An upper toothache can often be the major symptom of sinus infection. See your PCP for evaluation, treatment or referral to an ENT.
Yes. it can See your doctor.
Yes. There are only two layers of cells between the ends of the roots of the upper back teeth and the lower edge of the sinuses that are in the cheek bones. If the sinuses become inflamed it can cause pain in surrounding anatomic structures. Sit in a chair. Lower your head between your knees. If pain/pressure increases, sinuses are involved and you need to see your PCP.
Definitely. Yes the sinus pressure can create symptoms in the teeth (upper teeth,) ears and jaws. A tooth problem, though, can sometimes create sinus pain and some pressure, if infected.
I *never* have ear probs, but suddenly I have pain/pressure/noises in both ears, sinus pressure, and horrible jaw pain. Could this be wisdom teeth?
TMJ. You most likely have a TMJ and muscle dysfunction. See a dentist that treats a lot of TMJ patients. Only about 5% of dentist really understand the TMJ treatments. Read more...
Over 2 years of sinus pressure in eyes, ears, nose teeth, several doc. Visits no answers, last 2 months have had some pounding in neck is this sinus?
Sounds like spasm. Your symptoms sound like they may be due to spasm of your facial muscles perhaps caused by your bite or clenching/grinding of your teeth. The pounding in your neck could also be from muscle spasm. Do you chew gum? Are you missing teeth? Under a lot of stress? Try a soft diet, antiinflammatory medication and ice to your head and face. See your dentist. Stay away from chewy and crunchy foods. Read more...
Consider your teeth. Neck pain is not due to your sinuses. Throat pain, on the other hand, can be. Either way, with the symptoms you describe, you may want to consider your teeth as a possible cause. Infected teeth and/or grinding/clenching of the teeth can cause the described symptoms. Infected teeth can induce grinding, and visa versa. See a dentist for an exam to see if your teeth may be the cause. Read more...