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Title

ENDODONTIC POSTOPERATIVE PAIN: ETIOLOGY, PREDISPOSING FACTORS AND MANAGEMENT

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MEHRVARZFAR PEYMAN

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Abstract

 CONTROL OR ELIMINATION OF POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IS CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CHALLENGES IN ENDODONTICS. POST-OPERATIVE PAIN OR FLARE-UP IS DEFINED AS AN ACUTE EXACERBATION OF A PERIAPICAL INFLAMMATION AND/OR INFECTION AFTER INITIATION OF OR DURING ENDODONTIC TREATMENT. THE PREVALENCE OF POSTOPERATIVE PAIN RANGED FROM 3% TO 58% BASED ON DIFFERENT REPORTS. RELATIVELY A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF PATIENTS EXPERIENCED A MODERATE TO SEVERE PAIN DURING THE FIRST 2 DAYS AFTER OBTURATION AND THEN DROPPED SUBSTANTIALLY WITHIN 7DAY OF TREATMENT. IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IS MORE FREQUENT IN APPREHENSIVE PATIENTS. THIS PAIN IS AN UNDESIRABLE EVENT FOR PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS, LEADING TO PATIENTS ‘ANXIETY AND NONCOOPERATION, A CHALLENGING ATTITUDE AGAINST CLINICIAN’S SKILLS AND EVEN EXTRACTION OF THE INVOLVED TOOTH IN FUTURE...

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