Trigeminal Nerve Injuries in Correlation with Daily Dental and Maxillofacial Medicine

Bashkim Murati, Arben Muçaj, Venera Murati, Sonila Muçaj, Arben Dhima, Enio Muçaj, Gerta Halilaj


Oral and maxillofacial medicine is in close relation with trigeminal nerve, and such daily dental procedures, impacted teeth, dental implants placement, oral and oral maxillofacial medicine including trauma, even injection of local anesthesia can damage trigeminal nerve. Auspiciously, most nerve injuries will undergo natural recovery, with small portion of cases resulting in permanent sensory deficits. Many patents suffering trigeminal nerve problems, present at family medicine doctors as well, or direct to medical specialist like dentist, oral maxillofacial medical specialists, neurologist or neurosurgeons as well.Subsequently, early assessment and diagnosis, often involving multidisciplinary team optimize recovery in respect of time and minimize the complication.

Keywords: Trigeminal nerve, oral, maxillofacial, medicine, damage, assessment, recovery

DOI: 10.7176/ALST/95-07

Publication date: November 30th 2022

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