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Can a toothache near molar tooth give you ear pain and cause dizziness ?
9 doctors weighed in

Dr. Kara Rosenthal-Fraiman
Dentistry - Endodontics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Possible RCT
Absolutely. Lower molar can often be reffered to ear pain.
Your balance is controlled from your ear therefore all three symptoms can be connected. I would first see an endodontist to evaluate for possible rct (root canal therapy). An if not see your local ent.

In brief: Possible RCT
Absolutely. Lower molar can often be reffered to ear pain.
Your balance is controlled from your ear therefore all three symptoms can be connected. I would first see an endodontist to evaluate for possible rct (root canal therapy). An if not see your local ent.
Dr. Kara Rosenthal-Fraiman
Dr. Kara Rosenthal-Fraiman
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Dr. Mark Collins
Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Tooth ache
Lower molars and sometimes premolars can cause you to have ear aches.
Dizzyness is not likely but remotely possible. Get this checked by a dentist asap.

In brief: Tooth ache
Lower molars and sometimes premolars can cause you to have ear aches.
Dizzyness is not likely but remotely possible. Get this checked by a dentist asap.
Dr. Mark Collins
Dr. Mark Collins
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Dr. Charles Emrich
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Referred pain?
Many symptoms are related by people including ear pain and dizziness.
You need to have this evaluated and treated and your symptoms may disappear and if not, stay in treatment until they disappear. Chuck.

In brief: Referred pain?
Many symptoms are related by people including ear pain and dizziness.
You need to have this evaluated and treated and your symptoms may disappear and if not, stay in treatment until they disappear. Chuck.
Dr. Charles Emrich
Dr. Charles Emrich
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