Neuropathic Pain

TML Neuropathic PainOne of the most confusing and most difficult disorders to treat is neuropathic pain disorders. These are typically chronic and arise from the brain and nerves of the head, face, and neck.


You might suffer from neuropathic pain if you have experienced the following:

  • Reoccurring toothaches
  • Undiagnosed facial pain
  • Numerous treatments that result in only temporary or no pain relief
  • Seen numerous doctors for various treatments
  • Pain triggered by light touch or normal function
  • Have been told the pain is psychological
  • Toothaches

If any of the above symptoms are present, you may be suffering from a neuropathic pain disorder. Thankfully, we have experience in treating these complicated conditions.



Orofacial neuropathies derive from a number of causes depending on the symptoms experienced, which causes the diagnostic process to be different. For the three most common types of neuropathic pain conditions, diagnostic procedures may include tests, examinations, and considerations.


Fortunately for those suffering from facial neuropathies, there are a number of treatments that have been found effective in managing pain symptoms.


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