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Tooth ache, cough, allergy, on ibuprofen, advil cold, sinus tablet. Any side effect and how long to continue?

I have a bottom tooth and top tooth aching. I have gone to my dentist and he did not find anything. He felt it might be my sinus due to looking at the x-ray he took. I am taking ibuprofend and Advil cold and sinus tablets. How long can I take these. I have had allergie problems recentling with a cough and post nasal drip. Can this be causing my teeth to ache.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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yes sinus problem can definitely cause tooth pain but it can only happen in upper tooth, there must be some periodontal (bone supporting the tooth ) problem. if the pain is dull pain get a tooth cleaning done by the dentist it will be relived.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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