Possibly. The last 4-5 teeth on each side of the upper jaw may have roots that are in close proximity of the floor of the maxillary sinus. Some teeth may have roots that appear to project into the sinus. Because of this close anatomical relationship, pain from any tooth beneath the sinus can be referred to the sinus. Likewise, pain from the sinuses can be referred to the teeth.
Sometimes. Sinus problems can cause pain in the upper back teeth even though there is no actual dental problem. This happens because for some people the roots of these teeth poke up into the sinus area. Usually this type of pain affects several teeth at once and is hard to localize. You need to be evaluated by your dentist to rule out any actual dental problem that could be there as well.
Possibly. Netipot treatments can be helpful in relieving some forms of sinus irritation, but any sinus irritation (of the maxillary sinuses) can cause tooth pain. So the effectiveness of netipot treatments will depend on why your sinuses are problematic and if they are the cause of the tooth pain. Best is to consult your dentist and ENT physician and get their input. Read more...