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Below is a comprehensive directory of suboxone doctors in Dillingham, North Carolina. Read more about Dillingham suboxone treatment or click here to browse your local subxone doctors.

If you can't find a suboxone doctor close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Weaverville, Montreat, Mars Hill, and Jupiter. Click here for Dillingham rehab centers.

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About Dillingham, NC Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone, or Buprenorphine, is a regularly prescribed drug used for opioid dependence treatment. In an ideal situation, Suboxone would be prescribed by a practitioner, in addition to a Substance Abuse Treatment, or 12 Step Program. Buprenorphine is munfactured in many forms; the most common are:

  • Suboxone Strips taken sublingually (under the tongue)
  • On the skin as a transdermal patch
  • Sublocade also offers a Subcutaneous Injection just under the skin
  • A six-month continuous delivery Probuphine subdermal implant
Dr. Tracy Goen MD
8 N Buncombe School Road
Weaverville, NC
9.09 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Jerry Kotulla MD
885 Crossroads Parkway, Suite A4
Mars Hill, NC
9.48 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Jonathan Hall MD
901-3 Mars Hill Highway
Weaverville, NC
9.81 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Daniel Blake MD
Julian F. Keith Alcohol/Drug Abuse Ctr201 Tabernacle Road
Black Mountain, NC
10.16 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Steven Buser MD
201 Tabernacle Road
Black Mountain, NC
10.18 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Kelly German
201 Tabernacle Road
Black Mountain, NC
10.18 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Susan Millonas NP
201 Tabernacle Road
Black Mountain, NC
10.18 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Sonia Humphrey
108 Windgate Place
Asheville, NC
11.11 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Caroline Lewis MD
Charles George VA Medical Center1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.15 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Karl Schroeder MD
VA Medical Center1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.15 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Mark DuFine
1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.15 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Brian Duncan MD
1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.19 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Cache Reed MD
1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.19 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Grace-Anne Stimpson NP
1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.19 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Mary Heath Conner NP
1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.19 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Timothy Kelly MD
1100 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC
12.19 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Tammy Ward
929 North Second Street, Suite 201
Albemarle, NC
12.32 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Tammy Ward
929 North Second Street Suite 201
Albemarle, NC
12.32 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Michael Murray DO
98 Kimberly Avenue
Asheville, NC
12.48 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Corey Cox MD
477 Governors View Road
Asheville, NC
12.62 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Emily Chappelear PA
116 Seven Mile Ridge Road
Burnsville, NC
12.79 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Janet Meynell NP
202 Medical Campus Drive
Burnsville, NC
12.79 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Jessica White
Celo Health Center116 Seven Mile Ridge Rd
Burnsville, NC
12.79 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Ronald Caldwell MD
200 Charlotte Street
Asheville, NC
12.86 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Veena Somani MD
109 Furman Avenue
Asheville, NC
12.94 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Lisa Reed MD
218 Elkwood Avenue
Asheville, NC
12.96 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Dr. Susan McDowell MD
218 Elkwood Avenue
Asheville, NC
12.96 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Gregory Bernardi PA
218 Elkwood Ave Unit A20
Asheville, NC
12.96 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Ginger Poulton
MAHEC Family Health Center at Newbridge218 Elkwood Avenue
Asheville, NC
12.96 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Katharine Billiot NP
41 Clayton St. Suite 201
Asheville, NC
13.16 miles from the center of Dillingham, NC

Choosing a Dillingham Suboxone Doctor

When in search for a Suboxone Doctor in Dillingham, NC there are several factors to think about. To ensure success with MAT, working with a Suboxone doctor that monitors your progress closely is imperative for success. Connect with the Suboxone doctor and ask them how closely they monitor their clients, if they ever allow clients to take a few doses of Suboxone home to be self-administered, and how long before they typically start allowing patients to self-administer multiple doses.

Some common factors that are important to consider when in search of a license practitioner include whether they are accepting new patients, how far they are from the patient, and if their office hours are good for with the patient’s schedule Because of limits on the number of patients a Suboxone doctor can treat, it may be difficult to identify a qualified Suboxone doctor in or near Dillingham, NC. However, if you have numerous personal responsibilities, then driving a long distance every day for your Suboxone treatment may be difficult. Our directory or helpline can assist you in looking for a Suboxone doctor who works well for you and who is currently taking new patients.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medication Assisted Detoxification

The success of Suboxone treatment varies from individual to individual. However, most can agree that Suboxone is the most effective medically assisted detox option to battle opioid addiction. In regard to Suboxone as MAT, research has determined that like methadone there is still a potential for abuse. Due to the risk of abuse, it is greatly advised by prescribing physicians that medication assisted treatment is monitored closely to ensure the highest success rates. To reiterate, the highest success rates are presented when people on Suboxone for opiate addiction pair their prescription with other behavioral therapies andevidence-based options. In spite of the stigma that some in the recovery community have, many believe the research is clear and that Suboxone works!

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Dillingham, NC

The opioid addiction treatment drug Suboxone is a combination of two substances. Those substances are buprenorphine and naloxone, and the use of these 2 substances together has been approved by the FDA to treat opioid addiction. However, in recent years this treatment has received a lot of scrutiny because of the possibility of addiction to Subxone. There has also been an increase observed of addicts in MAT programs Dillingham, NC having accidental overdoses. Due to this it has prompted others to look for alternative options. Other options addicts have considered include methadone, going cold turkey, Subutex, or vivitrol. Countless options are available and each person should research every option available with their physician before determining which will be most effective to combat opioid addiction.

Choosing a North Carolina Suboxone Doctor

There is no shortage of options when searching for a Suboxone Doctor in North Carolina. Choosing a Doctor for Suboxone or Buprenorphine can be cumbersome, and it is critical to do your research. Suboxone is a drug, and like many other medications, abuse is common. This is why it is important to get lots of information and get all of your questions answered. Suboxone is not a cure for addiction, but it can play a major role in the recovery process. If you are searching for a Suboxone Doctor in North Carolina, always make sure that they match your needs medically, clinically, and financially.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive substance in itself, it is commonly debated on whether Suboxone truly works to treat opioid addiction. Some addicts have said to have experienced great success with Suboxone treatment, but others were not as lucky. One study reported that while on Suboxone there was a reduced rate of prescription painkiller abuse at 49%, but only 8.6% exhibited success once the Suboxone treatment ended. Other studies did not show long term recovery with a less than 10% success rate once treatment stopped, regardless of whether Suboxone treatment was combined with therapy or not.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in North Carolina

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for opioid addiction. There are alternative medications that have historically been used in North Carolina to treat addiction to opiates, including methadone and Naltrexone. These medications might be available to you but have different regulations. For example, methadone can only be administered at a licensed methadone clinic and not by an individual practitioner. For addicts who are determined to get clean and who have a supportive home environment or who live in a sober house, these medication assisted treatment options might work for you.

The following are indications that an individual is NOT a recommended candidate for Suboxone treatment:

  • Presence of thoughts of suicide
  • Untreated mental health disorder
  • Pregnancy
  • alcohol use disorder
  • Previous allergic reaction to Suboxone
  • Drug interactions with other medications
  • Previous abuse of medication assisted treatments

People who are not a good candidate for Suboxone treatment, abstinence may be the best alternative option. People who plan to go through a clean-slate withdrawal can expect severe flu-like withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings. It is strongly advised to get admitted to a North Carolina opioid detoxification facility that can provide continuous care and monitoring.