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Facial Pain

Facial pain, though often caused by sinus disorders or dental problems, can be a symptom of a neurological disorder. Dull and throbbing or intense and sharp pain directly in the face and forehead can be caused by nerve disorders, infections in facial structure or injury. Repeated facial pain should be reported to the professionals


 

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