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Is my headache, dizziness and neck pain caused from my wisdom teeth?

Very possibly. Best to get some xrays to eliminate other possibilites like a bady decayed tooth which can also be the source. Read more...
Not likely. All three of those symptoms together are not usually caused by wisdom teeth impaction or eruption. You could get neck pain referred from a problem or infection with your lower wisdom teeth but dizziness is most likely due to an inner ear disturbance. Headaches can be caused by tooth issues, usually from clenching or bruxism. I would see a dentist for an evaluation to rule out teeth first. Read more...
Maybe. As impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth try to erupt and grow, the put tremendous pressure to the teeth in front of them increasing the frequency of nightime clenching and this can be a source of facial pain and headaches. Read more...

Has a wisdom tooth removed about 4 months ago. But some of the tooth is pushing thru. Could It cause temple pain eye pain neck pain and dizziness?

Dentist. See your dentist or primary doctor to see if you have an infection in your gums or teeth. Good luck. Read more...
See Dentist. Probably not tooth, probably a spicule of bone. See the Dentist or Oral Surgeon who removed the wisdom tooth for evaluation. Read more...

Can my wisdom teeth be causing really bad headaches, presure behind ears, ear problems and dizziness?

Yes. All of the symptoms you list are signs of possible TMJ (jaw joint) problems. It's possible to be something other than of TMJ origin, also, so i would recommend getting examined by a dentist trained to treat TMJ problems, but also consider seeing an ENT to look for other causes. Read more...
Possible but. It sounds more like tmd (temporomandibular joint dysfunction, more commonly referred to as tmj). It also could be a combination of causes such as tmj, wisdom tooth and ear infection. You should see both a dentist and a physician just to be sure. Read more...
Yes. But sounds more like tmd. If your wisdom teeth need to come out, do that, but see an ENT about your ears and a dentist who treats tmd. Read more...
Many. Headaches, ear problems, facial pain, jaw pain, etc. Wisdom teeth complicate the issue because you may an infection. You can check out more symptoms at my website: www.Jbassmantmj.Com. Read more...

Can decay in teeth be causing my head pressure and neck pain?

No. In general pain from tooth decay is felt in the tooth area or in the jaw. It does not radiate to the neck. If you have tooth decay you should see a dentist soon as it can lead to an infection. Read more...

Can a wisdom teeth extractions cause referred arm and neck pain? The pain started about a week after the surgery when I went off of the pain meds.

Not likely. The nerves that run to your upper and lower teeth also innervate the skin of either your jaw of your midface. Therefore, any pain in your arm and neck is not likely referred from the area that run to your wisdom teeth. Read more...
Possible. Everything is possible, but it could be just coincidental, check back with your dentist, and your physician, depending on the extraction and your medical condition there could be a lot of reasons why you have pain in your arm and your neck., these are not normal post operative symptoms. Read more...

My ear feel pressured and I have dizziness, and headache and neck pain. I have fainted and told I have vertigo. Can vertigo cause all this?

Vertigo is a symptom. Vertigo is a symptom, not a disease. It describes dizziness in which you feel the room is spinning around you as opposed to being unsteady. There are certain processes that can cause ear pressure, vertigo, and fainting. One that comes to mind is meniere's disease (fainting in this situation is called drop attacks). A ENT visit is warranted. Read more...
No. Vertigo shouldn't cause these issues. Though other middle ear or brain issues can. You should see an ENT or a neurologist. Read more...

Can papllidema cause headaches, dizziness, eye pressure, neck pain?

Increaed ICP. The same thing that's causing the headaches, dizziness, eye pressure, neck pain (symptoms) can also be causing papilledema (a physical sign; not a diagnosis). Constellation of reported signs and symptoms is consistent with increased intracranial pressure and requires urgent medical attention. Read more...