Is it possible to get severe headaches and severe ear pain from tooth pain? Had 4 fillings done

Very common. Tooth pain can lead a variety of symptoms including severe headaches, ear pain, dizziness, and more. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment.
Absolutely. Especially if the fillings were deep and close to the nerves inside of the teeth. Your dentist knows if that's the case, so call their office for further guidance.

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Possible masseter muscle in cheek strain after dentist? 3 wk constant meds. Headache tooth pain ear pain. Wisd. Tooth RCT & 4 fillings. Cause of pain?

Wow. You've had a lot of work completed in a short period of time. The pain can be coming from any of the above procedures. Without knowing how deep the fillings were, if you were infected, or how difficult the extraction was, it's hard to say which might be the cause. Please see your dentist to determine what course of action is next on the list. Read more...
Inflammation. You may have an inflamed masseter from being stretched open too long or too wide; you could also have trismus from the anesthetic injection. Other possibilities include the occlusion being off on the new restorations. Moist heat, restricted diet and anti-inflammatories should resolve muscle pain; if the bite is off you need an occlusal adjustment. Read more...
See your dentist. The rule of thumb: all pains in the mouth and face to be of dental origin until proved otherwise. See your dentist for evaluation and treatment plan. Take care. Read more...
TMJ. More likely TMJ problem. See DDS. If agree see TMJ expert. See a TMJ expert to help evaluate and treat your problem. A TMJ expert can be general dentist, an oral surgeon, prosthodontist, orofacial pain specialist. Ask your physician, dentist or dental society for a recommendation. Read more...