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sinus problem and maxillary teeth

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Posted by: cococcat  (8 years ago)
never had a stuffy nose or sinus issue in my entire life had a horrible ringing in the r ight ear and stuffy nose slight swollen cheek went to the dentist x ray done root canal tooth with crown went bad couldnt take the loud ringing had the tooth pulled went on antibotics it was the 3rd molar, on the 2nd and 4th had root canals and fixed bridge no pain and no swelling in the gum but have hissing in that ear and slight swelling of the cheek also had a root canal done on 5th tooth my question is what tooth effects the ear i have no wisdom teeth could it be lower molar? all xrays show nothing no infection root canals look good but still have stuffy r nose
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never had a stuffy nose or sinus issue in my entire life had a horrible ringing in the r ight ear and stuffy nose slight swollen cheek went to the dentist x ray done root canal tooth with crown went bad couldnt take the loud ringing had the tooth pulled went on antibotics it was the 3rd molar, on the 2nd and 4th had root canals and fixed bridge no pain and no swelling in the gum but have hissing in that ear and slight swelling of the cheek also had a root canal done on 5th tooth my question is what tooth effects the ear i have no wisdom teeth could it be lower molar? all xrays show nothing no infection root canals look good but still have stuffy r nose

Dear Cococcat!

Your ringing in the ears can be caused by the strong tension of your masticatory muscle. This happens when your occlusion is not right, so as your bite.

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to send a message!

Contident Team from www.contident.com
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Posted 8 years ago
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Posted by: cococcat  (8 years ago)
i thought about that and that makes alot of sense ive had every test ct scan panoramic views bite wings etc... i know that i have a fixed bridge on the bottom below the fixed bridge on top and it doesnt fit right the molar on the bottom bridge is a big looking tooth who do i go to see to see? if this can be fixed ?or can it be fixed? i have the same scenario missing tooth in the middle and 2 root canal teeth that hold the bridge, can you help? thank you
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