Chronic Pain & Dentistry

Chronic Pain, CRPS/RSD and Dental Care

Many people living with chronic pain conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or fibromyalgia face challenges with daily life, and many struggle in the dental environment with finding proper care. Dr. Siegelman is a dentist anesthesiologist that understands. In our office, we have found that the more we know about a person, the better we can customize our care to meet YOUR needs. Pain control before, during, and after dental care are important considerations when deciding on treatment options. Prevention and developing a home care routine are essential tools for patients to help require the least amount of treatment necessary; minimally invasive or non-invasive treatment is always preferred. Treating hysicans are sometimes involved with treatment descions. Our team will work together to provide you personalized dental care. Your comfort and trust are of utmost importance to us.

Check out this video where Dr. Siegelman provides information and tips on Dental Care and CRPS.

 

You can follow along with the slides here.

Feel free to reach out to our office to connect with Dr. Siegelman. Our team is happy to help you with dental care and answer any of your questions. You can call our office (212) 974-8737 or fill out a Contact Form here.

Also, check out RSDSA. They offer support for the CRPS community providing many resources and CRPS and Dentistry guidelines.

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