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Can sinuses cause pain in the jaw?

Yes, an infected maxillary sinus can cause pain in the upper jaw and upper molar teeth. It is never a good idea to diagnoses yourself, so I would always recommend a complete evaluation by your dentist whenever you have pain in the jaw or teeth.

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