Facial Nerve Pain

Headaches can cause both discomfort and loss of productivity. Many effective treatments exist for persisting headaches, including medication, injections and implants, depending upon the precise type of headache you are experiencing.

Atypical facial pain can be incapacitating. Often times it can be treated by injections into local nerve tissue. Trigeminal neuralgia is a condition that most commonly causes very intense intermittent shooting pain in the face.


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