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Behavioural medicine for oral psychosomatic disorders


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Author Details : Sumit Bhateja*, Harshita Gupta, Shaifaly Chouhan, Medha Sansanwal, Geetika Arora

Volume : 2, Issue : 3, Year : 2019

Article Page : 71-78


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Abstract

There are many patients who have ‘medically and psychiatrically unexplained symptoms’ in clinical dentistry. These symptoms are called “Oral Psychosomatic Disorders’’. It is not uncommon to see the patients with these conditions, so there is a growing need for proper management of these disorders from both sides of doctors and patients. So it becomes important to have identity as a dentist on practice of psychosomatic dentistry. This article reviews various psycho therapies for stress management towards establishment of ‘Psychosomatic Dentistry’.

Keywords: Psychosomatic disorders, Emotional stress, Behavioral medicine.

How to cite : Bhateja S, Gupta H, Chouhan S, Sansanwal M, Arora G, Behavioural medicine for oral psychosomatic disorders. J Nutr Metab Health Sci 2019;2(3):71-78

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