No fever. Facial bone pain, headache. Bad taste. Tender teeth and gums, bleeds when brushing. No redness. Feel pressure in cheeckbones turn head.

Gum disease. Those symptoms suggest an oral infection related to the gums. See a dentist!
Many possibilities. Hard to pinpoint exactly what your problem might be since your symptoms can be caused my many different ailments. Start with a visit to a local dentist to have a thorough examination with radiographs. Rule out any dental problems and then see your physician. You may have periodontal problems as a cause of the bad taste, tender teeth, and bleeding.

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Saw dds, he says it's fine. I have pain, teeth are tender, bleeding gums (not red), facial bones hurt! Toothpaste, spices burns my tongue. Help?

Not fine. I would suggest a second opinion..Without more information it is difficult to arrive at a differential diagnosis. Read more...
Get 2nd openion. You may have a bite/ occlusion issues which cause you grind and clinch your teeth, have them evaluate your TMJ joint and analysis your bite. Read more...
TMJ PAIN! . If you have pain or tenderness in your facial bone, you must be clenching or even grinding at night. Need to find out if you ave a TMJ syndrome. As far as burning on your tongue and bleeding gums, you might have gingivitis or early periodontitis that you are not aware. Change your toothpaste to colgate total, brush & floss x daily and get a 2nd opinion. Read more...