A Sinus Infection Caused Me Major Tooth Pain

I woke up not long ago with the most horrible pain in my teeth. What was really scary was that I could not actually pinpoint which tooth was hurting me. It felt like several of them were, but I knew there was no way that I had several go bad at the same time. I took some pain relievers, but they wore off within a few hours. The pain returned, and I knew that I needed to find a Tracy dentist who would be able to see me immediately. I went online to see if there were any in the area that accepts emergency patients, which is how I found Mission Peak Dental.

While it was painful, that is not the main reason I wanted to get in right away. I wanted to be seen because it was a Friday, and I was worried that if I did not go in then, that something worse might happen over the weekend. I just did not want to be stuck without any resources if that should happen. The dentist that I called had an opening for that afternoon, and I think that was the first time I was ever happy about going to a dentist.

As it turned out, it was not a problem with my teeth at all. It was just my sinuses acting up. I had never had sinus issues before, so I had no idea that they could manifest as tooth aches. I was quite relieved though, because I had no idea what was going on! Everyone at the dental center was really nice, and I ended up making an appointment to have a complete exam as well as a cleaning. They are now my regular dentist, so I am actually glad that this happened with my teeth. Otherwise, I would have never went there in the first place!