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can sinus prolems make your teeth hurt...if so how do you get relief from it

Related Topics: Sinus, Tooth
 

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Sinus problems can definitely make your  teeth hurt.  It has been known for someone to go to a dentist complaining of a toothach only to find it isn't even their tooth or teeth, it's a sinus infection.

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