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Having sinus cavities close to the roots of teeth. Result of sniffing coccaine daily 29 years back?

Thank you. Once upon a time about 29 years ago I sniffed cocaine almost every day for four months. Today I found out as a result of a tooth ailment that I had large sinus cavities and my sinuses were low into my roots or I should say close to the roots of my teeth . Is it possible that 4 months of doing cocaine 29 years ago could have eaten up my sinus cavities? I didn t do an excessive amount at all but I did do it almost every day for 4 months. I never did it before nor have I ever done it since.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Addiction Medicine Specialist 's  Response
It is highly unlikely that the cocaine use you described could have caused this. We see this problem in many many people who dont use cocaine. It's simply the way you were built.
Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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