Westlake Neuropathic Pain Treatment
Your Path to Neuropathic Pain Relief
Neuropathic Pain Disorders, arising in the head, face, and neck’s neural networks as the result of injuries, for example: implants, root canals and extractions. It poses chronic and intricate challenges in diagnosis and treatment. This chronicity burdens patients physically and emotionally, with pinpointing causes and effective treatment proving exceptionally difficult due to the neural pathways’ complexity.
Managing neuropathic pain disorders necessitates a multidisciplinary approach involving neurology and pain management expertise. Patients often need a combination of treatments, including medical interventions, and psychological support, to address their multifaceted condition. These disorders are a formidable medical challenge, demanding specialized care to enhance the quality of life for those affected
Understanding Neuropathic Orofacial Pain
Common Neuropathic Orofacial Pain Disorders:
Causes of Orofacial Neuropathic Pain:
Orofacial neuropathic pain can often stem from various sources, including nerve trauma from surgeries, tumors, autoimmune diseases, or dental procedures like root canals, extractions, gum surgeries, and cleanings. These triggers play a pivotal role in the development of this challenging condition.
Treatment for Neuropathic Orofacial Pain Disorders
Treatment for neuropathic pain disorders may require considerable patience to eventually control the pain due to unresponsive treatments. Try to avoid being discouraged if you do not get well immediately. Dr. Borquez is aware of the latest scientific breakthroughs through courses provided by the American Academy of Orofacial Pain (aaop.org.) his involvement at USC Orofacial Pain Clinic as a clinical instructor and as a member of a world wide internet group of orofacial pain specialists who discuss all aspects of Orofacial Pain. These are some of the current treatments: