Hello, I recently noticed pain/pressure in one of my teeth when I jump or shake my head. I also have had a cold and sinus pressure for the past week, which I know can sometimes cause tooth pain. It doesn't hurt at all when I bite, hot/cold, etc. Can sinus pressure cause pain in only one tooth? It seems like sinus pain is more often associated with generalized tooth pain. Any thoughts?

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 25 - January - 2010, at 20:41 PM

  •  If the sinus problem is very acute then you can have generalized pain but normall the tooth which is nearest to the sinus are effected meaning the teeth whose roots are very near to the sinus and they are the molars. in your case from your discription it looks like as the pain is there because of the sinus problem. for more info on dental topics you can browse our website.

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