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Journal of Pain Research

ISSN: 1178-7090

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Orofacial Pain: A new US Dental Specialty. Where are we now?

Orofacial Pain has become a new Dental Specialty in the US. The origin and responsibility of this subject lies in the realm of Dentistry and thus much of the research work has originated from this discipline, with inherent limitations. Current efforts around the world are endeavoring to rectify this situation by using scientific methodology and interdisciplinary collaboration to focus on the various clinical conditions seen in this anatomic region. It is important to establish a broader evidence base for this subspecialty and to define its direction for the future.

Association Between Oral Behaviors and Painful Temporomandibular Disorders: A Cross-Sectional Study in the General Population

Sun R, Zhang S, Si J, Zhang L, Yang H, Ye Z, Xiong X

Journal of Pain Research 2024, 17:431-439

Published Date: 1 February 2024

Neurexin 3 Regulates Synaptic Connections Between Central Amygdala Neurons and Excitable Cells of the Lateral Parabrachial Nucleus in Rats with Varicella Zoster Induced Orofacial Pain

Kramer PR, Hornung RS, Umorin M, Benson MD, Kinchington PR

Journal of Pain Research 2024, 17:2311-2324

Published Date: 2 July 2024

Evaluation of Plasma Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide as a Biomarker for Painful Temporomandibular Disorder and Migraine

Tchivileva IE, Johnson KW, Chai X, VanDam LR, Lim PF, Slade GD

Journal of Pain Research 2023, 16:2331-2346

Published Date: 11 July 2023