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SRP. 2021; 12(1): 16-19

Non-odontogenic Pain and its Treatment: A Systematic Review

Bahruddin Thalib, Irfan Dammar, Vinsensia Launardo, Pra Purnama Ramadhan, Asmawati, Al’qarama Mahardhika Thalib.

The purpose of this review is to determine the proper treatment for the non-odontogenic pain in dental practice. The study protocol was compiled by conducting a Pubmed and Wiley search of English literature d. Searches were conducted to identify articles published in the last five years of dentistry that focus on pain non-odontogenic. The MeSH keywords used were "non-odontogenic pain” and “treatment." The search limits applied to the electronic search were the English language, search period, and type of text availability. The database search found 62 references, also 30 articles from PubMed, and 32 articles from Wiley. There were no duplicate references from all the 62 articles gathered. The titles and abstracts were reviewed afterward. Twenty-seven articles were selected for the full-text review. The full text was then reviewed by the researchers and found five articles that met the inclusion criteria. Non-odontogenic pain is a condition with multiple pathophysiological causes, and the process was complicated because high-quality literature is still sparse. Further studies with appropriate evidence levels will be needed in the future.

Key words: Nonodontogenic, Pain, Treatment

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