Yes. But it takes time and care. Like any other opioid, discontinuing Suboxone causes withdrawal. Suboxone stays in your system for a relatively long time, so withdrawal is not as fast or severe as with fentanyl, heroin, or oxycodone. Withdrawal symptoms are generally milder, but also longer lasting. Reducing your maintenance dose of buprenorphine has to be done slowly and it involves a number of risks.
Until buprenorphine was developed, people with opioid addiction had only one option to treat their problem which was to take methadone prescribed at drug treatment clinics.
The buprenorphine helps you to stop taking dangerous drugs like heroin,
Buprenorphine, the active ingredient in Suboxone, is different from other opioids in a number of important ways.
Note Suboxone is one of several brand names for buprenorphine/naloxone combinations, like Zubsolve, Subutex, etc.
There is growing evidence that ketamine can be useful in treating excessive drinking.
To understand the answer to this question one must understand the difference between addiction and dependence