The diagnosis and management of facial pain below the eye can be very different dependant on whether the patient visits a dentist or medical practitioner. A structure for accurate diagnosis is proposed beginning with a very careful history. The commonest acute causes of pain are dental and these are well managed by dentists. Chronic facial pain can be unilateral or bilateral and continuous or episodic.
An aching tooth can make it hard to go about your day. Some causes of tooth pain are more serious than others. Here are symptoms and potential causes of tooth pain, plus what you need to do to make it go away. Tooth pain can sometimes be difficult to pinpoint.
Sinus Infection (Sinusitis): Causes of Sinus Tooth Pain
I had been living with severe teeth, face and head pain for years before getting a diagnosis of trigeminal neuralgia. How can someone live with such a painful condition for so long without getting a diagnosis? But that happens… not just with trigeminal neuralgia.
What is a Sinus Infection Sinusitis? What Causes Sinus Infections? A sinus infection can create pressure and pain in the mouth and cause a sinus tooth pain. Specifically, this is due to pressure and pain in the maxillary sinuses located behind the cheek bones.