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Atypical facial pain is variable and can be characterized as dull, aching, burning, sharp, squeezing, or crushing quality and has a psychogenic origin. The pain may occur on both sides of the face, differing from trigeminal nerve pain. Dismiss this notification PatientsLikeMe would like to remind you that your browser is out of date and many features of the website may not function as expected. Please update your browser for more security and a better experience. Skip over navigation. Join now Sign in Patients Conditions Search conditions. Search conditions.
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Diagnosing Atypical Facial Pain in Adults

Atypical facial apin
Atypical facial apin
Atypical facial apin
Atypical facial apin
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Diagnosing Atypical Facial Pain in Adults | NYU Langone Health

This material must not be used for commercial purposes, or in any hospital or medical facility. Failure to comply may result in legal action. Medically reviewed by Drugs. Last updated on Jun 19, Atypical facial pain usually occurs on one side of your face. The pain is often constant, and may be aching, burning, throbbing, or stabbing. The pain may be felt in your nose, eye, cheek, temple, and jaw.
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Atypical facial pain

The overlapping characteristics of facial pain can make it difficult to pinpoint the cause. This article, with a handy at-a-glance table, can help. A Good-quality patient-oriented evidence B Inconsistent or limited-quality patient-oriented evidence C Consensus, usual practice, opinion, disease-oriented evidence, case series. Specifically, extraoral facial pain can be the result of temporomandibular disorders, neuropathic disorders, vascular disorders, or atypical causes, whereas facial pain stemming from inside the mouth can have a dental or nondental cause FIGURE.
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Doctors at NYU Langone diagnose atypical facial pain based on the severity of your symptoms, focusing on the location of the pain as well as its frequency, intensity, and duration. A thorough review of your symptoms can help your doctor to determine the cause of the pain, which may be due to an underlying medical condition. Atypical facial pain is usually confined to one side of the face and often described as a burning or aching feeling. People who have had head trauma or numerous dental procedures have an increased chance of developing atypical facial pain. Psychological conditions, such as anxiety and depression, are also risk factors for atypical facial pain, with stressful life events sometimes preceding the onset of the pain.
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