Orofacial Pain and Snoring/Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Individuals with Head and Neck Cancer: A Critical Review
CONCLUSION: With the exception of temporomandibular pain, the prevalence of HNC pain and OSA seems to be stable over time. Future studies should: (1) compare the trajectory of change over time according to each treatment; (2) compare individuals with HNC to healthy subjects; (3) use a standardized and comparable method of data collection; and (4) assess tolerance to oral or breathing devices, since HNC individuals may have mucosal sensitivity or pain.PMID:35943322 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3176 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Cibele Dal Fabbro Philippe Harris Eric Dufresne Alberto Herrero Babiloni Pierre Mayer Houda Bahig Edith Filion Felix Nguyen Julien Ghannoum Matthieu Schmittbuhl Gilles Lavigne Source Type: research

Psychologic Impact of Chronic Orofacial Pain: A Critical Review
CONCLUSION: Clinically significant anxiety and depression were commonly observed in patients with COFP, were present at higher rates than in pain-free participants in controlled studies, and were closely linked to pain severity. More research is needed to evaluate the psychologic impact of multiple COFP conditions in an individual and the prevalence of precondition psychologic morbidity.PMID:35943323 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3010 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Aalia Karamat Jared G Smith Lydia Nabil Fouad Melek Tara Renton Source Type: research

Double-Puncture Versus Single-Puncture Arthrocentesis: A Randomized Controlled Trial with 3 Years of Follow-Up
CONCLUSION: The two arthrocentesis methods tested were both effective in reducing VAS scores and increasing MID in patients with DDWOR.PMID:35943324 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3074 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Eduardo Grossmann Rodrigo Lorenzi Poluha Source Type: research

Evaluation of Anxiety Levels in Children and Their Mothers and Appearance of Sleep Bruxism in Turkish Children and Associated Risk Factors: A Cross-Sectional Study
CONCLUSION: Elevated anxiety levels of mother or children, learning/behavioral/anger problems, experience causing stress, and snoring increased the risk of having SB in children.PMID:35943325 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3011 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: İffet Yazıcıoğlu Perihan Çam Ray Source Type: research

Fatigue in Adults with Chronic Arthralgia/Myalgia in the Temporomandibular Region: Associations with Poor Sleep Quality, Depression, Pain Intensity, and Future Pain Interference
CONCLUSION: The results suggest that fatigue is a clinically relevant symptom distinct from depression, poor sleep quality, or pain intensity and may be related to worse pain outcomes over the following month in adults with chronic temporomandibular arthralgia/myalgia. Clinicians should assess, monitor, and treat fatigue to the best of their abilities when working with this population.PMID:35943326 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.2944 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Ian A Boggero Hannah M Pickerill Christopher D King Source Type: research

Sensory Changes Related to Dental Implant Placement: A Scoping Review
CONCLUSION: After surgical placement of dental implants in 5,612 patients, the incidence of transient sensory changes was 5.63%, and the incidence of persistent sensory changes was 6.33%. Factors affecting the incidence were: mandibular location of the implant, with the inferior alveolar nerve as the most commonly affected nerve. The common symptoms reported were paresthesia and dysesthesia. Age and gender were among other factors, for which data were not available in all the articles.PMID:35943327 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3027 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Sowmya Ananthan Amey G Patil Deepika Jaiswal Cibele Nasri-Heir Gary M Heir Rafael Benoliel Source Type: research

Orofacial Pain and Snoring/Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Individuals with Head and Neck Cancer: A Critical Review
CONCLUSION: With the exception of temporomandibular pain, the prevalence of HNC pain and OSA seems to be stable over time. Future studies should: (1) compare the trajectory of change over time according to each treatment; (2) compare individuals with HNC to healthy subjects; (3) use a standardized and comparable method of data collection; and (4) assess tolerance to oral or breathing devices, since HNC individuals may have mucosal sensitivity or pain.PMID:35943322 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3176 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Cibele Dal Fabbro Philippe Harris Eric Dufresne Alberto Herrero Babiloni Pierre Mayer Houda Bahig Edith Filion Felix Nguyen Julien Ghannoum Matthieu Schmittbuhl Gilles Lavigne Source Type: research

Psychologic Impact of Chronic Orofacial Pain: A Critical Review
CONCLUSION: Clinically significant anxiety and depression were commonly observed in patients with COFP, were present at higher rates than in pain-free participants in controlled studies, and were closely linked to pain severity. More research is needed to evaluate the psychologic impact of multiple COFP conditions in an individual and the prevalence of precondition psychologic morbidity.PMID:35943323 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3010 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Aalia Karamat Jared G Smith Lydia Nabil Fouad Melek Tara Renton Source Type: research

Double-Puncture Versus Single-Puncture Arthrocentesis: A Randomized Controlled Trial with 3 Years of Follow-Up
CONCLUSION: The two arthrocentesis methods tested were both effective in reducing VAS scores and increasing MID in patients with DDWOR.PMID:35943324 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3074 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Eduardo Grossmann Rodrigo Lorenzi Poluha Source Type: research

Evaluation of Anxiety Levels in Children and Their Mothers and Appearance of Sleep Bruxism in Turkish Children and Associated Risk Factors: A Cross-Sectional Study
CONCLUSION: Elevated anxiety levels of mother or children, learning/behavioral/anger problems, experience causing stress, and snoring increased the risk of having SB in children.PMID:35943325 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3011 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: İffet Yazıcıoğlu Perihan Çam Ray Source Type: research

Fatigue in Adults with Chronic Arthralgia/Myalgia in the Temporomandibular Region: Associations with Poor Sleep Quality, Depression, Pain Intensity, and Future Pain Interference
CONCLUSION: The results suggest that fatigue is a clinically relevant symptom distinct from depression, poor sleep quality, or pain intensity and may be related to worse pain outcomes over the following month in adults with chronic temporomandibular arthralgia/myalgia. Clinicians should assess, monitor, and treat fatigue to the best of their abilities when working with this population.PMID:35943326 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.2944 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Ian A Boggero Hannah M Pickerill Christopher D King Source Type: research

Sensory Changes Related to Dental Implant Placement: A Scoping Review
CONCLUSION: After surgical placement of dental implants in 5,612 patients, the incidence of transient sensory changes was 5.63%, and the incidence of persistent sensory changes was 6.33%. Factors affecting the incidence were: mandibular location of the implant, with the inferior alveolar nerve as the most commonly affected nerve. The common symptoms reported were paresthesia and dysesthesia. Age and gender were among other factors, for which data were not available in all the articles.PMID:35943327 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3027 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Sowmya Ananthan Amey G Patil Deepika Jaiswal Cibele Nasri-Heir Gary M Heir Rafael Benoliel Source Type: research

Orofacial Pain and Snoring/Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Individuals with Head and Neck Cancer: A Critical Review
CONCLUSION: With the exception of temporomandibular pain, the prevalence of HNC pain and OSA seems to be stable over time. Future studies should: (1) compare the trajectory of change over time according to each treatment; (2) compare individuals with HNC to healthy subjects; (3) use a standardized and comparable method of data collection; and (4) assess tolerance to oral or breathing devices, since HNC individuals may have mucosal sensitivity or pain.PMID:35943322 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3176 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Cibele Dal Fabbro Philippe Harris Eric Dufresne Alberto Herrero Babiloni Pierre Mayer Houda Bahig Edith Filion Felix Nguyen Julien Ghannoum Matthieu Schmittbuhl Gilles Lavigne Source Type: research

Psychologic Impact of Chronic Orofacial Pain: A Critical Review
CONCLUSION: Clinically significant anxiety and depression were commonly observed in patients with COFP, were present at higher rates than in pain-free participants in controlled studies, and were closely linked to pain severity. More research is needed to evaluate the psychologic impact of multiple COFP conditions in an individual and the prevalence of precondition psychologic morbidity.PMID:35943323 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3010 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Aalia Karamat Jared G Smith Lydia Nabil Fouad Melek Tara Renton Source Type: research

Double-Puncture Versus Single-Puncture Arthrocentesis: A Randomized Controlled Trial with 3 Years of Follow-Up
CONCLUSION: The two arthrocentesis methods tested were both effective in reducing VAS scores and increasing MID in patients with DDWOR.PMID:35943324 | DOI:10.11607/ofph.3074 (Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain)
Source: Journal of Orofacial Pain - August 9, 2022 Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Eduardo Grossmann Rodrigo Lorenzi Poluha Source Type: research