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Why do my upper front teeth always ache?
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Dr. Anna Guarna
Dentistry
2 doctors agree
In brief: Depends
It could be tooth/nose/ or sinus related.
Your dentist can check for cavities and/or cysts. If ok see your ent.

In brief: Depends
It could be tooth/nose/ or sinus related.
Your dentist can check for cavities and/or cysts. If ok see your ent.
Dr. Anna Guarna
Dr. Anna Guarna
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Dr. Jake Richards
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Occlusion?
They way you bite together may be causing you some discomfort and may be causing damage.
Other issues may be need for root canal or just a good cleaning. Trauma to the area can cause aches as well. Best thing is to have them examined by a dentist.

In brief: Occlusion?
They way you bite together may be causing you some discomfort and may be causing damage.
Other issues may be need for root canal or just a good cleaning. Trauma to the area can cause aches as well. Best thing is to have them examined by a dentist.
Dr. Jake Richards
Dr. Jake Richards
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