Does an abscess tooth cause jaw pain and ear pain?

It can. Many badly decayed, broken, and abscessed teeth cause nerve inflammation that directly affects the jaw and ear on that side. You should see your dentist as soon as possible to eliminate the infection and tooth problem.
Maybe. Pain can move around to areas away from the source. That could cause you pain in your ear, or other areas of your jaw.
It could. See a dentist asap. The abscess can grow and you could end up in the emergency room to avoid death.

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Over the past few days I been having tooth and jaw pain its mild and I have an ear pain during the day and night could something be writing?

YES! Pain &/or bleeding &/or swelling are red flags that there is something dramatically wrong. A small cavity is painless, a large deep cavity is painful as the infection spreads. Don't wait. Call your Dentist now. Could be transient like an erupting wisdom tooth, or could be something chronic and serious. Go for an examination. Read more...
Pain. Your symptoms could be due to several coditions including teeth problem, TMJ, sinus pain , nasal congestion or an ear infecton, you need to be checked by your 1ry care physician to make the proper diagnosis, treat you or refer you to an ENT or dentist. Good luck. . Read more...
Well, yes. Could be a wisdom tooth erupting, could be a deep cavity, could be bruxism. You need to be seen by a local dentist to be evaluated. Read more...
See a dentist ASAP. Any other treatment is a temporary relief. A tooth infection or pain won't go away without treatment. See a dentist ASAP to avoid serious complications. Read more...

Had 4 teeth extracted last week today I wake up with ear pain n jaw pain can barely open my mouth follow up appointment didn't show any problems?

Wisdom teeth? Sounds like a dry socket. Vs. Infection. See dentist or oral surgeon for assessment/treatment. Outside chance is TMJ problem. Read more...
Ear & jaw pain. Have you mentioned this to your dentist? It's possible you have TMJ dysfunction due to opening wide for the time necessary for the extractions. If there is no infection or dry socket, ask your dentist about TMJ issues. Read more...

Experiencing jaw pain and severe ear pain after eating for 4 months the pain starts in my teeth as I'm eating it hurts to bite down on food for a coup?

Jaw Pain. Either you suffer from TMJ/TMD and you can read more about it at: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tmj/home/ovc-20209398 or you are getting referred pain from a specific tooth or dental problem (or both). In any case if you want help please see a dentist who can examine you and determine the cause of your problem. Read more...

What causes face pain below eye, ear pain and jaw pain, that becomes worse when sun goes down?

Face Pain. This could be a tooth that is dying and radiating pain. It may get worse as the sun goes down as your blood pressure changes due to exercise or just lying down or getting up in the morning. I would see your dentist first then see your md to rule out ant other causes. Read more...
TMJ. Might be TMJ. See an oral surgeon for diagnosis. If TMJ, see TMJ expert. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. Read more...

Can one have a dental abcess and not have a fever? I'm experienceing jaw pain/earache/ringing in ears? Have 6cavites that need to befilled is thiswhy

Possibly. Your infection may still be local in nature. A fever may not be present. You will need more than just fillings if you have an abscess... All the best. Read more...
Not always . If it is a chronic (old) abscess it has permanent pus drainage, you are not running a fever. Acute abscess, you are running a fever. An abscessed tooth is one of those things you probably don't want to think about. Regardless if it's acute or chronic, an abscess is something you want to eliminate. With the right treatment, an abscess is easily cured. . Read more...
Abcess and Pain. Your body is sending you a message that something is not right. Go see a Dentist as soon as possible. Things could get much worse quickly. Read more...

Can jaw pain, ear pain, and soreness behind ear/neck be caused by sinus infection?

Rarely. Unless the mastoid sinuses are infected, the pain is not expected to be in the areas. I suspect that you may have a jaw problem from teeth grinding. Consult your dentist. Read more...