MG30.61 Chronic dental pain

International Classification of Diseases for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics, 11th Revision, v2020-09


Chronic dental pain is chronic pain that is caused by a disorder involving the teeth or associated tissues (pulpal, periodontal or gingival pain) and that occurs for two hours or more per day on at least 50% of the days during at least three months. The typical causative factor will be caries or trauma to a tooth or teeth or associated tissues. In addition to clinical examination, imaging (intraoral x-rays, CT scans etc.) may facilitate the correct diagnosis. If the etiology is vague, consider using codes in the section of chronic primary pain. condition.

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