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Face Numb and swelling

My half face and brain goes numb and swelled. I do hv a tooth issue on my left can this be a possible cause for the same.
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Dr. Harish B Nagesh
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Tooth infection if severe can cause numbness  of jaw.Visit dentist or a oral surgeon at the earliest
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Dr. Suman Makam
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Hello, you need to visit a Maxillo-facial surgeon to rule out any tooth related issues and also a neuro-surgeon to rule out any neuronal issues.Dont delay.Good luck. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Dr. Dinesh B Rathod
Dentist 8 yrs exp Navi Mumbai
Visit a dentist for any oral problem which might be a cause of swelling, numbness and pain,  once it is ruled out and problems persist visit a neurophysician.
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Dr. Puja Bansal
Dentist 18 yrs exp Pune
hello, you need to consult a dentist. he will check for any decayed tooth. if yes, it will need to be treated or removed as per the case. if the swelling still persists, you need to consult a neurophysician.
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Dr. Girish PV
Orthodontist 13 yrs exp Bangalore
Yes and no. The tooth ache may be related if its a severe dentoalveolar abscess putting pressure on your mandibular nerve (assuming its your lower posterior tooth). The nerve compression can cause pain and swelling sometimes paraesthesia. Secondly it could not be related . More importantly tooth ache cannot cause any brain numbness. Check with your doctor if u are suffering from Trigeminal Neuralgia. Better to hurry and not wait till symptoms worsen.
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