Uopper teeth hurt after head ache?

Severa Headache Type. There are 3 types of headaches. Under each type there are several other categories. Under those there are subcategories. The first step is to determine if your headache is primary, cranial neuralgias, or secondary to other organ such as teeth, ears, eyes. A careful history and exam may reveal the cause. Your physician may request evaluations from dentist, ent, eye doctor, or neurologist to help.
Grinding? Clenching? Several different reasons are possible. Could be a sinus related headache where the roots of the upper posterior teeth are actually in the sinus area and can react. Could be a grinding or clenching problem where the headache is actually caused by the teeth. Could be an infected tooth. See a dentist.