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C’HAPTER OUTLINE

BASICS OF PAIN NEURQPHYSIOLOGY
CLASSIFICATION OF OROFACIAL PAINS
NEUROPATHIC FACIAL PAINS
Neuropathic Facial Pains Presenting as Toothache
Trigeminal Neuralgia ‘
Pretrigeminal Neuralgia
Odontalgia Secondary to Deafferentation (Atypical
Odontalgia)
Other Neuropathic Fadill Pains
Postherpetic Neuralgia
Neuroma

Burning Mouth Syndrome
Other Cranial Neuralgias
CHRONIC HEADACHE •
Migraine
Tension-Type Headache
Cluster Headache
OTHER CHRONIC HEAl) PAINS OF DENTAL INTEREST
Temporal Arteritis (Giant Cell Arteritis)
Indomethacin-Responsive Headaches
EVALUATION OF OROFACIAL PAIN’PATIENT
The dentist is frequently called upon to diagnose pain in the oral and’ maxillofacial region, Although pain in the mouth is most frequently of
odontogenic origin, many facta! ‘pains arise from other sources, The dlvcrsity of structures in the head and neck region . muscle membranes intracranial blood vessels) (In make arriving at In accurate diagnosis quite challenging. hellotoothache symptoms may occur in a halthy tooth secondarv to referred pain or a damaged pain-transmission system.

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