SI­NUSES CAN CAUSE TOOTHACHE

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Si­nusi­tis: Dur­ing a cold, the mea­tuses that drain slime from the si­nuses and out through the nose could be clogged, caus­ing si­nusi­tis.

Toothache: The max­il­lary si­nuses un­der the eyes are close to the up­per mouth mo­lars. In case of max­il­lary si­nusi­tis, the tooth roots could be af­fected, caus­ing pain.

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