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Management for traumatic neuropathy after dental treatment
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Management for traumatic neuropathy after dental treatment
Jeong, Sung-Hee; Lee, Sunhee; Ahn, Yong-Woo; Heo, Jun-Young; Jeon, Hye-Mi; Ok, Soo-Min;
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 Abstract
Whereas a somatic pain notifies tissue damage, a neuropathic pain presents disorder of the nerve itself. The causes of neuropathic pains are trauma, infection, chronic irritation by adjacent tissue and so on. The iatrogenic trauma or infection also causes traumatic neuropathy, which may exert a bad influence on doctor-patient relationship. Some of related dental treatments are implantation (directly or indirectly through heating), root canal treatment, teeth extraction, block anesthesia, mandibular surgery. If inappropriate management is performed after nerve trauma, there will be many chances to develop chronic neuropathy for the patient. It is important that the sign of nerve trauma have to be caught by the practitioner as soon as possible and treated properly.
 Keywords
traumatic neuropathy;Iatrogenic trauma;
 Language
Korean
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