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Persisting facial pain (WEBINAR RECORDING)

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Thursday 30 March 2023 - Monday 3 July 2023
00:00 - 01:00
BDA e-learning
www.bda.org/ilearn, ONLINE
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  • Dental Care Professional: £30.00
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  • Expert Member: £0.00
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  • Non member: £50.00
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Persisting facial pain: precis of presentations and plans

A recording of a webinar that took place on Thursday 30 March 2023


This webinar will give an overview of the presentations of the three main persisting orofacial pain conditions; Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN), Burning Mouth Disorder (BMD) and Temporomandibular Disorders (TD) and summarise how to examine, investigate, and manage them.


  • To be able to explain the differing presentations of TN, TMD, and BMD
  • To be able to describe the initial investigation and management possible in general dental practice of TN, TMD, and BMD.

Learning content

A recording of a one-hour presentation which offered attendees to the live session an opportunity to submit questions. 

About the speaker

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​Professor Justin Durham

Professor of Orofacial Pain and Honorary Consultant Oral Surgeon Newcastle University and NHS Hospitals' Foundation Trust

Justin is a Professor of Orofacial Pain and Head of School at Newcastle University's School of Dental Sciences and an Honorary Consultant Oral Surgeon at Newcastle-Upon-Tyne's Hospitals' NHS Foundation Trust in the UK. 

His primary research interests are in orofacial pain both at the first and second translational research gaps. He has wide experience in a variety of methodologies involved in health services research and has received international awards both for clinical and pedagogical research. 

He established and leads a tertiary referral multidisciplinary clinical service for orofacial pain in the North of England based at Newcastle-Upon-Tyne's Hospitals' NHS Foundation Trust. He is currently the British Dental Association's Chief Scientific Advisor.



1 hour CPD

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