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Tooth extraction cause blindness
Dear Mr. Ray T. Oyakawa, MD

First of all, I sincerely want to thank you for your comment.
Yes, it was an upper tooth (3rd molar, on right side). Soon after my 3rd molar was extracted, my right eye went blind. Could you please kindly give me the explanation regarding to the situation I am facing now? How are eyes' and tooth's nerves related?
Your kind help on my problem will be highly appreciated.
Thank you very much for your kind help.
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