• common
  • There are a number of reasons for facial pain but the most common causes stem from migraine headaches with radiating pain into the face, dental problems such as TMJ that have not been remedied, and neuropathic facial pain like trigeminal neuralgia. (mipmpc.com)
  • months
  • If the procedure provides favorable results and pain is relieved then the patient may then receive an electrical current through a radiofrequency treatment procedure that is designed to provide pain relief for three to six months (Napenas, et al. (mipmpc.com)
  • Further
  • This procedure may provide temporary relief and if it is deemed a success and eliminates pain, then further procedures are discussed to keep the pain limited. (mipmpc.com)
  • management
  • Like most nerve blocks, this procedure is not permanent but does allow pain management doctors to locate the source area that leads to facial pain. (mipmpc.com)
  • By finding the source, pain management is more effective. (mipmpc.com)
  • found
  • Face pain can be debilitating and interfere with daily activities if relief is not found. (mipmpc.com)