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Oral Facial Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Oral Facial Pain medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (7) clinical trials

Burning Mouth Disorder (BMD) - A Neuropathic Pain Disorder

Oral burning can have many different etiologies. Secondary burning mouth disorders (BMD) due to systemic (i.e. diabetes, nutritional deficiencies, allergies), local (i.e. Candidiasis, Lichen planus) or functional factors (i.e. tongue parafunctional activities, mouth breathing) are usually fairly easy to identify and are treated by eliminating the respective cause. A primary ...

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Clinical Trial of Wireless CranioFacial Nerve Stimulation (CFNS) for the Treatment of CranioFacial Neuropathic Pain

Subjects will be randomized at enrollment into either a delayed or immediate continuation group. The immediate continuation group will immediately continue with the stimulation after a 30-day trial period and will be monitored for a total of 12 months. The delayed activation group will have their device turned off after ...

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An Follow-up Study of Occlusal Adjustment for Orofacial Pain

T-scan analysis system is used to record the occlusal contact relationships. And at same time, Electromyographic recording system is used to record the Masseter (MM) and Anterior Temporalis (TA) muscles' surface electromyographic (SEMG) in the two time points: before the treatment and 4-weeks follow-up after treatment. After recording, several parameters ...

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Botox Injections for Patients With Persistent Facial Pain

The main objective of this study is to investigate efficacy and safety of injecting botulinum toxin towards the sphenopalatine ganglion using MultiGuide in patients with persistent idiopathic facial pain

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Botox vs Occlusal Splint for Masseter Pain

This randomized clinical trial will compare the standard treatment (occlusal splint) and botox for the treatment of face muscular pain in adults. Fifty patients will be invited and selected, and allocated to the experimental group, according to the randomization sequence previously performed. For the splint group, a rigid splint will ...

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Licorice Versus Sugar-water Gargling for Pain in Patients Recovering From Ear-Nose-Throat and Maxilla-Facial Surgery

Our primary aim is to determine whether licorice gargling provides meaningful analgesia after oral surgery. Specifically, we propose to test the primary hypothesis that gargling with licorice solution reduces pain after oral surgery more than gargling with sugar water. Because effective analgesia can reduce pain and/or opioid consumption, we will ...

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Comparison of Patient-reported Pain After Initial Archwire Placement

Orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances has the potential to induce pain in patients. At the beginning of treatment, the orthodontist must determine which initial orthodontic archwire to insert. Among the more popular choices for initial leveling and aligning of the dental arches are small-sized, round-diameter nickel-titanium archwires. Various types of ...

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