Oral Health

Question
Posted by: kr | 2011/05/06

Q.

migraine

Can having a bad tooth have caused some of my migraine, for 3 to 4 years they have become very bad at the same time as the top of the tooth falling out and leaving the roots behind. I am very afraid of the dentist so avoided going and every now and again the tooth became pussie and very sore, i would push the pus out and then it would go away, i did this a few times. Now im waiting to have the roots taken out because the nerve is damaged and the jaw has been damaged. The tooth is the bottom right second molar from the back. Please advise.
KR

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

the headaches can be caused by the infected tooth. have the roots removed

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Posted by: dental expert | 2011/05/07

the headaches can be caused by the infected tooth. have the roots removed

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