Raleigh NC Facial & Jaw Pain | Raleigh Facial Pain Center

Treatment of Chronic Facial & Jaw Pain in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, North CarolinaHave a pain that just won’t go away? Many people with facial and jaw pain have spent countless hours visiting doctors and dentists but their pain seems resistant to every effort. For some, the pain is so severe that it keeps them out of work and interrupts important life events — ultimately gaining control of their life.

Chronic pain is a non-visual, multifaceted, episodic or an pain that lasts for 3 months or longer. The pain is found in a complex neurological area or in a deep structure, and it does not respond to single medical therapies.

When pain remains for longer periods of time, it gives the body time to adapt to the pain, which sets up a whole new problem of recruiting, perpetuating or adapting the pain system. As the pain system adapts, it becomes more resistant to pain reduction, more pain mechanisms get turned on, and other non-painful neurological systems change into pain systems.

Common chronic pains include frequent headaches, neck pain, jaw pain, jaw malfunction, fibromyalgia, frequent ear pains without infection, osteoarthritic, facial pain, peri-oral pain, migraines and chronic tension headaches.

Consult with Dr. Keith A. Yount for Chronic Pain Treatment in Raleigh, NC

If you or your patient is tired of living with everyday pain in your face or jaw, schedule an appointment with Dr. Keith A. Yount, who is board certified and residency trained. His practice, Raleigh Facial Pain Center, is dedicated to orofacial pain and caring for patients with chronic muscle or joint pain or dysfunction of the trigeminal system.

Dr. Yount treats patients with a variety of chronic pains and jaw and facial disorders, including:

As a board certified and residency trained orofacial pain provider, Dr. Keith A. Yount at the Raleigh Facial Pain Center treats chronic facial and jaw pain caused by TMD, migraines, tension headaches, toothaches, bite problems, bruxism and more. We serve patients in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill and beyond, including Wake Forest, Greenville, Pinehurst, New Bern, Greensboro and even South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.