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Can an ear ache have to do with the growth of a molar?
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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Possible
It is possible for alteration of your bite, (growth of a molar) to produce an ear ache.
However, it is really not the ear or related structures that are causing the pain but the new bite that you are developing, resulting in masticatory (jaw muscles) muscle spasm. See your dentist for an evaluation.

In brief: Possible
It is possible for alteration of your bite, (growth of a molar) to produce an ear ache.
However, it is really not the ear or related structures that are causing the pain but the new bite that you are developing, resulting in masticatory (jaw muscles) muscle spasm. See your dentist for an evaluation.
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