Trigeminal Neuralgia

Trigeminal neuralgia is often associated with some damage or trauma to the trigeminal sensory nerve which supplies feeling to the teeth, jaws, and parts of the face.

Type One: can be sudden shock-like or burning pain which can last from only a few seconds to a few minutes

Type Two: is more of a constant ache, burning or stabbing pain

This condition is rare but if one is suffering these symptoms we can refer you to a neurologist who specialises in this area.

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