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We are excited to launch this new website devoted solely to the treatment of opioid dependence with Suboxone. Although this drug is relatively new to the market, it has lived up to the hype by helping thousands upon thousands of people beat their addiction. Our goal is to provide interested parties with the most in-depth, accurate information related to Suboxone.

On our site, you will find a variety of information including but not limited to: directory of doctors, Suboxone treatment facilities, types of Suboxone treatment, how to take this medication, and potential side effects.

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Suboxone Treatment for Opioid Dependency

While there are many treatment methods for opioid dependency, Suboxone has become the option of choice for many doctors as well as those with an addiction.

Although Suboxone tablets were only introduced to the market in 2002, this medication has helped thousands of people beat their addiction. In 2010, Suboxone film was approved by the FDA, providing another treatment method with proven results.

Suboxone treatment is effective in treating an opioid addiction, however, most doctors realize the importance of combining this with cognitive behavioral therapy. This goes a long way in ensuring the long term recovery of each patient.

Treatment with Suboxone

The primary goal of Suboxone tablets and Suboxone film are the same: to replace the use of an opioid with regular doses of an FDA approved drug. By doing so, the ability to withdrawal from opioids is much easier.

For many years, opioid addiction has been a big problem for the healthcare industry. This holds true for health insurance companies, doctors, and treatment facilities among others.

Fortunately, once a person realizes they need help it is possible to immediately receive the appropriate treatment. In addition to the use of Suboxone, there are drug rehab centers that can assist with the withdrawal and recovery process.

After a short period of time, the effects of Suboxone treatment will begin to take hold. When combined with behavioral therapy, either in-patient or out-patient, the chance of a relapse is much lower.

Suboxone treatment has only been in existence since 2002, but the success rate is impressive when compared to other options. For this reason, a growing number of doctors have added this treatment to their rehab strategy.

Find a Doctor who can Prescribe Suboxone

Suboxone can only be prescribed by a doctor who has a waiver to do so. If you are interested in finding one of these doctors, you can ask your primary care physician for a referral.

Additionally, you can visit the SAMHSA Buprenorphine Physician Locator website for a list of physicians in your local area.

Addiction Hurts but the use of Suboxone can Bring Results

A drug addiction can hurt in many ways. From the person who is addicted to their loved ones to society in general, this is a major problem.

Suboxone can be used to treat many types of opioids, including:

  • Methadone
  • Morphine
  • Hydrocodone
  • Buprenorphine
  • Oxycodone
  • Heroin

In the past, methadone was the most common treatment for this type of addiction but Suboxone has become increasingly more popular thanks to its higher success rate.

Understanding how to use Suboxone

If you have an opioid addiction, it is essential to settle on a treatment program that can yield results.

A physician and/or treatment facility must oversee the use of Suboxone. This medication can be extremely dangerous if taken in the wrong manner, potentially leading to serious injury or even death.

If your physician decides that Suboxone treatment is right for you, they will discuss the use of either a tablet or film. There are benefits of both, all of which will be discussed with you.

Follow your doctor’s orders regarding dosage instructions, as well as when you should take the medication.

All in all, opiate addictions are being treated with Suboxone more often thanks to a higher success rate than other types of treatment. If you find that you need treatment, contact a doctor who can prescribe Suboxone or a drug rehab facility as soon as possible.

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By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.

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