Tag Archives: Orofacial pain

Referred dental pain


Referred dental pain – It hurts but where? This is the fifth in a series of 7 posts about orofacial pain with difficult to diagnosis or unusual origin. Cracked tooth syndrome Trigeminal neuralgia Atypical odontalgia Neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis or NICO Referred pain JADA Murray Sept 2009 Myofascial pain  Burning Mouth Syndrome Referred dental pain Etiology […]

Orofacial pain


Orofacial pain experts Orofacial pain experts are a newer sub-specialty that treat chronic pain patients without the dental blinders. I have great respect for those that have training through a University program as they are almost always more in line with how the medical field treats chronic pain. Orofacial pain professional organization The American Academy […]