Jaw and Neuralgic pain can have their root cause in the mouth. Teeth grinding and clenching experienced during sleep can lead to tooth damage and jaw pain. Dental complications, gum disease, cavities, tooth gaps, damaged teeth, or abscesses also cause jaw and neuralgic pain. It is a common occurrence with the elderly. The complex system of nerves traversing through the gum and jaw line all requires apt medical supervision. We have a specialized jaw and neuralgic pain center where our doctors focus on decoding the root cause of any such jaw or neuralgic pain.