Sinuses and Tooth Pain
There is a direct correlation between your sinuses and tooth pain, and as we head into the cold and flu season, you may experience this correlation yourself.
Sinus pressure can cause pain in your teeth simply because of their proximity to one another. Your maxillary sinus sits right on top of your upper teeth, and if they are swollen, they are going to swell into your teeth. This could make it feel like you have a toothache, but instead of it being in one tooth in particular, it’s a group of teeth that feel sore.
So if you end up at the dentist with pain, and they can’t find anything ...