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  • Mar 6, 2016, 01:27 PM
    tarkboffin
    Aching teeth in upper jaw after being out in cold air
    Hi,

    For years now I have general aching in the teeth of my upper jaw after being out in cold air for a few hours or more. I do not experience pain while out in cold air or when sucking in cold air, my teeth are not sensitive. The pain occurs when I get back into a warm environment. When out I'm generally active, e.g hiking.

    I regularly visit the dentist, who could not determine the cause of this general pain and my teeth are in good condition, i.e. the usual collection of fillings for a middle aged man.

    I suspect the sinuses are involved and normally a warm meal and/or shower helps. On a current winter trip it is lasting longer and more painful than in previous years.

    Any ideas on causes and possible prevention out there?

    Cheers
    M.
  • Mar 7, 2016, 02:33 AM
    Fr_Chuck
    I still would go with a dental issue, does the dentist do detailed x-rays
  • Mar 7, 2016, 09:57 AM
    tarkboffin
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Fr_Chuck View Post
    I still would go with a dental issue, does the dentist do detailed x-rays

    Thanks for the reply, yes had x-rays and dental otherwise good. Had this issue as long as I remember and had multiple dentists over that time, any dental problem should have been picked up by now, I guess.
  • Mar 14, 2016, 02:07 AM
    hanerykroze
    It is a swear dental problem. Contact to the periodontal in your area.

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