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Treating Opioid Use Disorder with Buprenorphine

Even though opioid addiction is increasingly becoming a severe problem in our society, it is, in fact, treatable through a variety of modern medical methodologies. One such advanced medical process to treat opioid use disorder or OUD is through opioid substitution treatment methodology by administering Buprenorphine.

Buprenorphine is a part of Recovery Connection’s medication-assisted treatment for OUD. It is a synthetic opioid used as an alternative to actual opioids, stimulates the opioids receptors, and thus helps in reducing actual opioid dependence. The combination of Buprenorphine and naloxone is generally used to treat OUD as it prevents the euphoric feelings associated with opioid abuse.

What to expect from Buprenorphine treatment?

There are multiple ways to administer Buprenorphine as an OID treatment medication. It can be prescribed either as injections, skin patches or as implants. Placing the medication under the tongue or in the cheek until it dissolves is another common way of Buprenorphine administration. However, Buprenorphine is a prescription-based medication that may lead to critical side effects in case of misuse and hence requires certified experts for a controlled prescription. The side effects caused by an improper dosage of Buprenorphine may lead to certain complications like sedation, dizziness, headache, low blood pressure, slow breathing, constricted pupils, nausea, vertigo, sweating, and vomiting.

Buprenorphine treatment at Recovery Connection

Recovery Connection is committed to providing safe, reliable, and effective addiction treatments. As a result, the Buprenorphine prescription for patients suffering from opioid addiction is controlled under the expert hands of our team of certified experts. We generally administer Buprenorphine as a component of the sublingual or buccal film/tablets called Suboxone or the extended-release injection called Sublocade. Recovery Connection thoroughly inspects and evaluates the patients' conditions and allergic reactions before prescribing Buprenorphine. We deliver scientifically proven Buprenorphine-based personalized treatments that effectively reduce opioid dependence by controlling cravings, suppressing pain, and preventing relapse or overdose.

Buprenorphine treatment at Recovery Connection highlights:

  • All insurances accepted
  • Same Day visits
  • Same Day Prescriptions
  • Monthly program visits after initial stabilization
  • Individual Therapy included in all visits.
  • Dual Diagnosis Prescriptions available
  • Answers as to why one develops Opioid Dependency
  • Flexible day/evening visits
  • Now offering 5 Convenient locations & growing.
  • Everyone is treated with respect & warmth!