Sinus infection often leads to pressure and pain in the mouth, which can cause a sinus toothache. In most cases, this kind of pain is usually confused with other causes of pain such as tooth decay or gum diseases. Sinus toothache can be one of the most distressing and can cause lots of discomforts. It is important to reach out to your doctor to examine some of the symptoms for prompt medical intervention. Therefore, the following as some of the most common sinus toothache symptoms that differentiate it from other kinds of tooth pain.
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