Ear swelling eye pain neck pain and migraine no additional info

Find a dentist. Neuromuscular dentist they shd be able to help.
If . If you are having those symptoms you need a medical evaluation. If you have facial swelling, any shortness of breath, fever, weakness, or vomiting then you will need to be seen as an emergency.

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