Causes Of Neuropathy In Face

Chronic facial pain is used to describe any pain felt in the face or neck area and it’s commonly caused by problems with person’s jaws, such as repeated clenching of the jaw or grinding of the teeth or in misaligned bite. Neuropathic chronic facial pain may also originate from the occipital nerves, in a condition called occipital neuralgia. This type of pain generally originates from the back of the head and can radiate to the face. Atypical facial pain is usually idiopathic, mean there is no known cause, atypical chronic facial pain usually occurs on one side of face and symptoms are present for most of.

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