Oral Health

Question
Posted by: Mike | 2012/02/20

Q.

Pain

Hi i have a tooth which is bothering me for sometime lately i have headaches and swollen glands, pain in my ears and throat, it realy feel like i am going crazy but the thing is the tooth is not giving me any pain at this moment. My question is, is it possible for a tooth to make a person that sick and if yes, why?

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

THE ROOTS of the wisdom teeth lie close to nerves in these areas.
Pain can be referred to the ear,throat,head etc.

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Posted by: dental expert | 2012/02/20

THE ROOTS of the wisdom teeth lie close to nerves in these areas.
Pain can be referred to the ear,throat,head etc.

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