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Cranio-Orofacial-Pain

Craniofacial Pain Is Debilitating, but Customized Treatments Can Provide Lasting Comfort.

Overview

Cranio-orofacial pain encompasses a range of conditions affecting the head, face, and oral regions. This type of pain can be due to various causes, including temporomandibular joint disorders, nerve-related pain, and muscle tension. Dr. Deepak Sharan adopts a comprehensive approach to diagnose and manage cranio-orofacial pain, emphasizing accurate assessment, individualized treatment plans, and a combination of therapeutic interventions tailored to each patient's specific needs.

Dr Sharan has over 35 years of experience

Recognizing
Cranio-Orofacial Pain

Symptoms of cranio-orofacial pain can include:

  • Jaw pain or discomfort
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Earaches or tinnitus
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Difficulty or pain while chewing

Proper diagnosis and treatment are crucial for relieving these symptoms.

Risk Factors

Potential risk factors that may contribute to craniofacial orofacial pain include:

  • Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD).
  • Stress-related habits like teeth grinding (bruxism).
  • Trauma or injury to the head, neck, or face.
  • Dental issues, including misalignment or bite problems.

Dr. Sharan’s approach involves evaluating these factors to guide his treatment strategy.

Advanced Care for Cranio-Orofacial Pain

Dr. Deepak Sharan offers specialized care for patients suffering from cranio-orofacial pain. This involves a detailed clinical examination, possibly including imaging tests and assessments of jaw movement and function. Dr. Sharan’s diagnostic process is thorough and patient-focused, ensuring a holistic understanding of the condition.

Your Journey Away From Pain

Dr. Deepak Sharan's innovative approach to pain management has helped over a million patients across 45 countries. His personalized and comprehensive rehabilitation techniques have achieved significant success, enabling many to enjoy prolonged pain-free lives.

Whether you're facing persistent pain or discomfort, take the step towards recovery.