Effectiveness of Nonpharmacologic Treatments of Burning Mouth Syndrome: A Systematic Review

CONCLUSION: Evidence was collected from highly biased, short-term, heterogenous studies mainly focused on BMS-related pain, with scarce data on quality of life, psychologic status, dysgeusia, and xerostomia. Long-term effectiveness of nonpharmacologic treatments should be further investigated, with a more rigorous, bias-proof study design.PMID:34609377 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.2868
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Source Type: research

Related Links:

CONCLUSION: Evidence was collected from highly biased, short-term, heterogenous studies mainly focused on BMS-related pain, with scarce data on quality of life, psychologic status, dysgeusia, and xerostomia. Long-term effectiveness of nonpharmacologic treatments should be further investigated, with a more rigorous, bias-proof study design.PMID:34609377 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.2868
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Source Type: research
More News: Acupuncture | Aloe Vera | Clinical Trials | Cognitive Behavior Therapy | Databases & Libraries | ENT & OMF | Headache | Migraine | Pain | Psychology | Psychotherapy | Science | Study | Xerostomia