3 doctors weighed in:

Can flu/colds cause toothaches?

3 doctors weighed in
Dr Jack Binder
Dentistry

In brief: Absolutely

Especially upper back teeth can hurt if your nose is stuffed because the roots of these teeth can abut right up against the inferior border of your sinuses.

In brief: Absolutely

Especially upper back teeth can hurt if your nose is stuffed because the roots of these teeth can abut right up against the inferior border of your sinuses.
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Dr Jerry Gordon
Dentistry

In brief: No

Colds and flu do not affect the teeth.
Toothaches are caused by either untreated cavities, gum disease, or trauma.

In brief: No

Colds and flu do not affect the teeth.
Toothaches are caused by either untreated cavities, gum disease, or trauma.
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In brief: No

No relation of flue or colds to any tooth pain or ache.

In brief: No

No relation of flue or colds to any tooth pain or ache.
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