Confusing Pains That You Might Mistake for a Toothache, but They Really Aren’t

This disease causes inflammation of the mucous membranes of one or more sinuses. And maxillary sinuses can create pain and pressure in the upper back teeth, since the roots of these teeth are near the bottom of the sinus. It’s noteworthy that a real toothache can also be confused as pain from sinusitis. Problems with teeth can be also a reason for the development of this illness.