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How do I know if I have ear ache or toorhache? What's the difference?
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Dr. Patrick Melder
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Can be a challenge
This can be a challenge at times.
A molar tooth ache could cause referred pain up to the ear. It would be unusual for an ear infection/ear pain to cause referred pain down to the tooth. If there is any doubt - see a dentist or your local ent.

In brief: Can be a challenge
This can be a challenge at times.
A molar tooth ache could cause referred pain up to the ear. It would be unusual for an ear infection/ear pain to cause referred pain down to the tooth. If there is any doubt - see a dentist or your local ent.
Dr. Patrick Melder
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