Rapid Suboxone Detox under sedation is a medical detoxification treatment offered by All Opiates Detox for patients dependent
When MAT (medication assisted treatment) with Suboxone is used for the opioid-dependent patient, the opiate buprenorphine portion attaches to the opioid Mu receptors dependent on opiates. By this replacement therapy, the patient is still dependent on opiates. Basically, it is trading one opiate for the other. The patient will go through withdrawals when Suboxone is discontinued. Patients wanting to be opiate free reach out to us. We detox all opiates, rather than substituting one opiate with
Rapid Suboxone Detox under sedation is a medical detoxification treatment offered by All Opiates Detox for patients dependent on Suboxone. It consists of sedating the patient and removing Suboxone from the brain receptor while the patient is sleeping. Acute withdrawals are precipitated with an opiate blocker. These withdrawals will pass during the sedation period. Once the withdrawals are over, and the brain receptors are free of the opiate Suboxone, a blocker is placed to prevent any opiates from getting back into the brain receptor.
The blocker of choice used at All Opiates Detox is an implant. Dr. George prefers the Naltrexone implant blocker for several reasons. First, the Naltrexone implant lasts approximately two months, as opposed to Vivitrol (lasts about 28 days) or tablets (have to be taken daily). Another reason our physicians prefer the implant over the injection is for patients that may not be able to tolerate Naltrexone due to side effects, sensitivity or allergies. The implant can be removed from under the skin, whereas the injection stays in the body for about 28 days and therefore cannot be removed once it is administered. It is recommended to remain on Naltrexone maintenance therapy for at least one year to allow the brain to heal from the damage caused by the drug use and abuse.
Our success rate is near 100% for helping patients detox off opiates without the excruciating pain and discomfort of the withdrawals. Aftercare consisting of the Naltrexone opiate blocker, psychotherapy, and 12 step programs are recommended to ensure long-term abstinence and success.