Can a Sinus Infection Make Your Jaw and Teeth Hurt?

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Yes, a sinus infection can make your jaw and teeth hurt due to inflamed maxillary sinuses which are above the teeth in the roof of your mouth. These sinuses when infected can become inflamed and push onto the root and nerves of the tooth causing pain. Luckily, most of these infections are curable through antibiotics.
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