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Atypical Facial Pain

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Atypical Facial Pain

If you are experiencing dental decay or a dental infection, facial pain is a common symptom. Atypical facial pain encompasses a large group of facial pain conditions that causes aches, cramps, burning and pressure on one side of the face, and can extend to the neck or behind the ear. Such a condition may leave you with feelings of depression.

If you are seeking diagnosis, treatment or a second opinion of your atypical facial pain, you are welcome to consult with a facial pain specialist of Jefferson Health's Head, Neck and Facial Pain Program. Our facial pain specialist is a full-time practitioner who is dedicated to the treatment of facial pain conditions. Since the pain from atypical facial pain is psychological, ongoing counseling may be recommended as the appropriate treatment.

Request an Appointment

Call 1-800-JEFF-NOW (1-800-533-3669) to make an appointment with a Jefferson Health specialist.