Pain in my left cheek?

Many possibilities. Could be your jaw, a tooth, an inflammation or infection of a large saliva gland (parotid gland) a skin or mucosal infection. Each is treated differently and your doctor should have a look at you.
A few things. Could be a number of things. See ENT doc or oral surgeon for exam/diagnosis.

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I've had pain in my left cheek bone for about a week that started during a migraine episode with TMJ joint pain. Anything to worry about? Thanks

See a specialist. A migraine is not just simply a headache. Rather, it should be viewed as an attack that is accompanied by various neurological and non-neurological features as well as headache. Accompanying symptoms are facial pain, TMJ pain, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and blurred vision and sleep issues. See orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and management. Read more...
Yes. Any pain should be investigated. Best news, it's nothing. Worst news, it's significant. Please see Dentist, Oral Surgeon, Physician, ENT. Does't matter. Get the ball rolling. Call now. Read more...
Perhaps. Probably just TMJ related. TMJ can trigger "tension" headaches and occasionally migraines in migraine patients. If symptoms persist, 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...

Sinus pressure and drainage for 3+weeks. This a.m. have severe pain in my left cheek, pain when blinking my eye and pain to eat. What's going on?

Probable sinusitis. You didn't mention if you were treated for this. It sounds like you have a sinus infection (sinusitis). Sinuses are large "cavities' in the facial bones and infection and inflammation put pressure on face, in all directions, so your eye and teeth symptoms are consistent with sinusitis. You should probably be on decongestants and antibiotics for at least 14 days. Read more...

Tmj pain on my left cheek. Xray shws lft side maxilla, mandibular r largr dan r8 sid. Is it d cause? Fat strtd 2 reduc suddnly on lft cheek. S tmj d cause?

Evaluation. You need to be evaluated by a qualified Dentist or Oral Surgeon, May be TMJ, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Bells Palsey, tic Doleroux, etc. find a good Dental Diagnostician or go to a University Dental School. Read more...
Mirror Biofeedback. Many TMJ problems are solved when the jaw gets balanced. Draw a vertical line on the mirror, relax your jaw so it opens in the midline. Muscle spasm can be reduced. Use the mirror SEE the face, jaw, shoulders relax.' Reduce swelling with enzymes. Clear.ease has papain and bromelain. Take one 4x a day, melt in mouth between cheek and gums. www.grossan.com. Read more...

I have pain over my left cheek bone and right next to my nose I'm getting over a cold wich I'm still blowing snot from us that normal have tooth abce?

See an ENT. Regardless, whether it's acute or chronic, sinusitis is painful and wearying. For chronic sinusitis, antibiotics and nasal corticosteroids and nasal irrigation are the main treatments. If refractory, surgery to be considered. Proper diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. See an ENT for evaluation, rhinoscopy, imaging and treatment. Read more...

What causes my left side of my hard palate to be so painful and I can feel the pain around my left cheek towards my ear and I hear ringing in my ear.?

Palate Pain. There are numerous possibilities from infection to TMJ problems to tumors. Ask your primary care physician for a referral to an ENT physician for an exam. Read more...
Tmj? Temporal mandibular joint syndrome can cause many symptoms, including, but not limited to the ones you mentioned. The cause and treatment can be very involved. Therefore i suggest that you see a dentist for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.I. Read more...
Many possibilities. There are many possibilities including sinus issues, TMJ dysfuction, an infection from a broken down tooth. Cannot tell without an exam with radiographs. See a local dentist to rule out any dental issues, then see your physician. Read more...