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Sinus infections fill the sinus cavities in your face which puts pressure on your gums and ultimately your teeth--been there many times.
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Also for some people, the dental problem is what could be putting pressure on the sinuses. Once the dental problem is fixed then the sinuses are able to drain properly.
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