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Posttraumatic Trigeminal Neuropathic Pain in Association with Dental Implant Surgery.

Posttraumatic trigeminal neuropathy in association with dental implant surgery is preventable, and this should be the emphasis for all clinicians considering this treatment for a patient. Once the nerve injury and posttraumatic neuropathy with or without pain ensues, there is very little the clinician can do to reverse it and the high pain and permanency of the neuropathy will have a significant functional and psychological impact on the patient. Immediate implant removal is required, and home check should be routine for all cases. International diagnostic criteria are available and should be implemented in everyday practice.

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