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I had dental pain on left upper jaw and upper teethes. My dentist said it is not dental. He said it is due to sinus. I never had sinus before. I am 65. I had severe cold recently. The pain occurred during and before this cold. Tell me what may be the cause and remedy.

4 Doctors Answered
Please do steam inhalation and put one capsule of Karvol Plus in the boiling water when u are taking steam
It is true that dental pain can occur coz of sinus problem. Decayed teeth or periodontal problems may cause pain too. Get a regular checkup with x-rays to rule out the options. Then, if it is coz of sinus, take medicines for cold. Ul be fine once u get cured of cold.
You have two options: get a second opinion ( consult another dentist to confirm if the pain is not of dental origion. Second if . First bit works , consult a general physician , he will most probably advice you to get a PNS View ( kind of x ray radiograph) to diagnose the problem. Hope it worked.
Go for opg x ray
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