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Orofacial pain 

Orofacial pain
Orofacial pain

Paul Farquhar Smith

and Joel Epstein

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date: 23 June 2021

Chapter 24 discusses orofacial pain, and how the experience of pain in this group of patients may be influenced by associated psychological, spiritual, and social factors (the concept of ‘total pain’), and reasserts how pain dramatically impacts on the quality of life.

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