Dental and Medical Problems

Dent Med Probl
JCR Impact Factor (IF 2023) – 2.7
Scopus CiteScore (2023) – 4.0
Index Copernicus (ICV 2022) – 134.48
MNiSW – 70 pts
Average rejection rate (2023) – 82.91%
ISSN 1644-387X (print)
ISSN 2300-9020 (online)
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Calls for submissions

Call for submissions for a Special Issue of Dental and Medical Problems on "Orofacial pain and headache – etiology, interrelations, prevalence, assessment, and management"

There is a bidirectional relationship between orofacial pain and headache. Patients with chronic orofacial pain often report headaches, and in patients with primary headaches, the coexistence of orofacial pain worsens the course and prognosis. Primary headache disorders, especially migraine, as well as orofacial pain lead to reduced quality of life. The tremendous breakthroughs in the treatment of these diseases which have been made in recent years oblige researchers to seek common diagnostic and therapeutic pathways with the aim of further improving the care of patients suffering from these conditions.

The main goal of the research is to establish associations between primary headache disorders (tension-type headache, migraine, trigeminal autonomic cephalgias) and orofacial pain. The secondary one is to consider the clinical implications and future directions of clinical research and practice.

Original research, all types of reviews, meta-analyses, clinical trials, research letters, perspectives, comments, research highlights, statements, and clinical/scientific guidelines are welcome.

We are waiting for relevant articles until December 31, 2024. Authors submitting their manuscripts for this Special Issue are asked to follow the regular Dental and Medical Problems online manuscript submission procedure.

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