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37th Scientific Meeting: “Orofacial Pain: Current Evidence-Clinical Relevance”

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Session : AAOP1315
Breakfast Session IV - Why Do Clinicians Participate in Practice-Based Research?
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Gregg H. Gilbert, DDS, MBA
  • Director, National Dental Practice-Based Research Network Following from the keynote session about practice-based research during yesterday’s meeting, this session will focus on the wide range of reasons that practitioners participate in practice-based research, and how their participation benefits them, their practice, and their patients.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Learn how your participation in the new National Dental Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) can benefit you, your practice, and your patients; 2. Learn how National Dental PBRN studies are conducted and how they can be customized to your individual practice flow; 3. Learn what National Dental PBRN practitioners say about the network and why they like to participate.


Session : AAOP1316
PLENARY 7 - Advancements in Diagnosis of TMD and Related Headaches
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Eric Schiffman, DDS, MS
  • The Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD) by Dworkin and LeResche (1992) is the most commonly cited research-based taxonomic system for TMD. The reliability and validity of this taxonomic system have been assessed through a comprehensive multi-site research study and subsequently the Axis I diagnostic criteria for the most common TMD have been modified to improve their validity. The Axis II assessment for pain-related disability and psychological status was shown to be valid. These results have been published in the Journal of Orofacial Pain (2010). With input from the international TMD community, through IADR-sponsored symposia and workshops, the Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD) was developed for use in both the clinical and research setting. This talk will present the resultant Axis I diagnostic criteria for the most common TMD, including headache attributed to TMD, as well as the improvements in the Axis II psychosocial and behavioral assessment instruments.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the background and scientific basis for the DC/TMD 2. Learn validated diagnostic criteria for the most common TMD. 3. Be exposed to recommended instruments to assess for psychosocial and behavioral factors.


Session : AAOP1317
PLENARY 8 - Bruxism, Central Sensitization and Pain
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Karen Raphael, PhD
  • Bruxism – grinding and clenching of the teeth during sleep or waking periods – has long been believed to be a major risk factor for the onset or maintenance of temporomandibular disorders (TMDs).
  • Learning objectives: 1. Be familiar with the strengths and limitations of clinical observation and patient self-report with respect to bruxism. 2. Understand measurement and conceptualization of sleep bruxism as a sleep disorder. 3. Gain knowledge of current evidence regarding the role of waking and sleep bruxism in maintenance of TMDs. 4. Understand newest methods of managing bruxism and implications for understanding the bruxism-pain relationship.


Session : AAOP1318
PLENARY 9 - Understanding Neuropathic Orofacial Pain
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Eli Eliav, DMD, MSc, PhD
  • Neuropathic Orofacial Pain, shares mechanisms and features with other dermatomes’ neuropathic pain, yet it demonstrates inimitable characteristics. Conditions such as Burning mouth syndrome, Atypical Odontalgia and Trigeminal Neuralgia occur solely in this region, while other conditions as painful diabetic neuropathy, one of the most common neuropathic conditions, rarely affects the orofacial region. This session will discuss various Neuropathic Orofacial Pain conditions, differential diagnosis and Treatment options. Peripheral and central mechanisms will be reviewed, representative and challenging cases will be discussed, and finding from new basic and clinical studies will be presented.


Session : AAOP1319
PLENARY 10 - Muscle Pain, Peripheral and Central Sensitization
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Paul Durham, PhD
  • The development of peripheral and central sensitization is implicated in the underlying pathology of orofacial pain. Sensitization of primary and secondary nociceptive neurons in the trigeminal pathway is known to involve increased neuron-glia interactions that facilitate initiation and maintenance of an inflammatory cycle within trigeminal ganglia and spinal trigeminal nucleus. An increase in communication between neurons and glia is thought to play a key role in the transition from an acute episodic pain state to a more severe chronic state. In my presentation, I will provide evidence that elevated levels of the neuropeptide CGRP in the upper spinal cord mediate sensitization of trigeminal sensory neurons. In addition, we have found that muscle pathology in neck muscles leads to cellular changes in the spinal trigeminal nucleus and trigeminal ganglia that result in sensitization of primary sensory neurons, and thus is likely to play an important role in TMD pathology.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the role of neuron-glia interactions within trigeminal ganglia in response to inflammatory or nociceptive stimuli. 2. Differentiate between peripheral and central sensitization and a primed state and their roles in the development of chronic pain. 3. Compare the function of kinases and phosphatases in modulating neuronal excitability and their association with peripheral and central sensitization. 4. Describe the role of the neuropeptide CGRP and cytokines in the underlying pathology of TMD and the therapeutic benefit of blocking its activity. 5. Understand the importance of neck pathology in mediating peripheral sensitization of trigeminal neurons.


Session : AAOP1321
Session 1A - Systematic Reviews of TMD Therapies
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • James Fricton, DDS
  • Recent systematic reviews have lead to significant progress in encouraging evidence-based diagnosis and management of TMD and orofacial pain. This presentation will review the most current research and evidence regarding treatment strategies for these disorders. Innovations that will be presented to improve diagnosis and treatment outcome and include systematic reviews of randomized controlled trials, research on decision trees to treat muscle and joint disorders, predictors of outcome, and strategies for personalized care ranging from self care and pharmacology to physical medicine treatment, splints, and interdisciplinary team management. It is hoped that this lecture will provide the clinician a evidence-based and practical approach for successful management of TMD and orofacial pain.
  • Learning Objective(s): 1. Discuss the rationale and methods for evidence-based care and conducting systematic reviews 2. Review the literature on RCTs for reversible TMD treatments including splints, medication, behavioral therapy, and physical medicine modalities. 3. Understand how to integrate the results of systematic reviews of TMD therapies into clinical practice.


Session : AAOP1322
Session 2A - When and How to Perform Trigger Point Injections
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Bernadette Jaeger, DDS
  • Myofascial pain has been shown to be the most prevalent cause of chronic pain across many disciplines of medicine and the head and neck region is no exception. Trigger point injections for myofascial pain may be used diagnostically and therapeutically. As a treatment modality, trigger point injections are most efficacious when they are used in the context of a complete myofascial pain management program that emphasizes control of perpetuating factors. This lecture will outline when trigger point injections are indicated and describe how they are best performed for maximum effect and the best prognosis.
  • Learning Objectives. 1. What is a myofascial trigger point and how trigger points are identified? 2. Indications and appropriate use of trigger point injections. 3. Armamentarium 4. How to do a trigger point injection for maximum effect.


Session : AAOP1323
Session 1B - Systematic Reviews for TMJ Surgery
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • Eric Schiffman, DDS, MS
  • The Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD) by Dworkin and LeResche (1992) is the most commonly cited research-based taxonomic system for TMD. The reliability and validity of this taxonomic system have been assessed through a comprehensive multi-site research study and subsequently the Axis I diagnostic criteria for the most common TMD have been modified to improve their validity. The Axis II assessment for pain-related disability and psychological status was shown to be valid. These results have been published in the Journal of Orofacial Pain (2010). With input from the international TMD community, through IADR-sponsored symposia and workshops, the Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD) was developed for use in both the clinical and research setting. This talk will present the resultant Axis I diagnostic criteria for the most common TMD, including headache attributed to TMD, as well as the improvements in the Axis II psychosocial and behavioral assessment instruments.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the background and scientific basis for the DC/TMD 2. Learn validated diagnostic criteria for the most common TMD. 3. Be exposed to recommended instruments to assess for psychosocial and behavioral factors.


Session : AAOP1324
Session 2B - Systematic Reviews of Headache Management
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  • Alfred L. Clavel Jr., MD
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Understand headache mechanisms beyond the neurovascular model. 2. Understand appropriate management for complex headaches. 3. Integrate evidence-based treatments across the headache spectrum. 4. Recognize dental aspects of everyday headaches


Session : AAOP1325
PLENARY 11 - Integrative Care for the Challenging Patient
Conference : AAOP 2013 - 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • James Fricton, DDS
  • Systematic reviews of randomized controlled trials have demonstrated that a wide range of conservative treatments have modest efficacy in reducing symptoms of TMD. These treatments range from self-care and pharmacology to physical medicine treatment, splints, and behavioral therapy. In addition, studies of contributing factors for TMD have also found a wide range of physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and emotional factors may complicate management of TMD. Thus, there is a need to personalize management of the TMD patient, particularly the challenging patient with multiple contributing factors, to maximize the chance for success. This involves first identifying the unique problem list for the patient’s condition and, then, developing an integrative approach to care that integrates several type of health care providers and treatments into a personalized treatment program to address the patient’s unique characteristics. The purpose of this presentation is discuss the characteristics and outcomes of integrative individualized and interdisciplinary care for the challenging TMD patient.
  • Learning Objective(s): 1. Discuss the contributing factors and co-morbid conditions that complicate management of TMD and orofacial pain 3. Be able to develop strategies for evidence-based personalized management of TMD and orofacial pain. 5. Understand how to integrate several types of health care providers in an integrative interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary approach to TMD and orofacial pain care



     


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