|Yoshihiro Tsukiyama||Last modified date：2021.09.01|
Professor / Division of Oral Biological Sciences / Department of Dental Science / Faculty of Dental Science
|Yoshihiro Tsukiyama||Last modified date：2021.09.01|
|1.||Sharma S, Breckons M, Brönnimann, Lambelet B, Chung J-W, List T, Lobbezoo F, Nixdorf DR, Oyarzo JF, Peck C, Tsukiyama Y, Ohrbach R, Challenges in the clinical implementation of a biopsychosocial model for assessment and management of orofacial pain., J Oral Rehabil, doi: 10.1111/joor.12871, 47(1):87-100
Epub 2019 Sep 3, 2020.01, Distress, suffering and care‐seeking behaviour are characteristics of pain‐related disease and illness. Pain that transitions from an acute to a chronic phase carries with it the potential of further effects: these include a worsening of the disease or illness; high‐impact chronic pain; and substantial personal, societal and economic burden. The biopsychosocial model directly addresses these multiple processes, yet clinical frameworks supporting this model are not universally implemented. This paper explores barriers to clinical implementation of a full biopsychosocial framework for temporomandibular disorders (TMD) and other oro‐facial pain (OFP) conditions. In June 2016, INfORM invited OFP researchers to a workshop designed to optimize the DC/TMD Axis‐II. Workshop groups identified five sources of implementation barriers: (1) cultures and societies, (2) levels‐of‐care settings, (3) health services, (4) cross‐cultural validity of self‐report instruments and (5) provider and patient health literacy. Three core problems emerged: (A) mental health aspects are seldom fully considered, thus impairing the recognition of illness, (B) training in use of validated multi‐axial assessment protocols is under‐rated and insufficiently used, and (C) clinical assessment often fails to recognise that sensory and emotional dimensions are fundamental aspects of pain. To improve patient care, these barriers and problems require action. Most importantly, TMD/OFP educators and researchers need to coordinate globally and (i) be educated in the biopsychosocial model, (ii) implement evidence‐based biopsychosocial guidelines for assessment and management of OFP conditions at their institutions, (iii) incorporate this model in undergraduate and postgraduate dental curricula and (iv) be responsive to stakeholders, including regulatory authorities and practitioners..
|2.||Tamaki K, Ishigaki S, Ogawa T, Oguchi H, Kato T, Suganuma T, Shimada A, Sadamori S, 築山 能大, Nishikawa Y, Masumi SI, Yamaguchi T, Aita H, Ono T, Kondo H, Tsukasaki H, Fueki K, Fujisawa M, Matsuka Y, Japan Prosthodontic Society position paper on "occlusal discomfort syndrome"., J Prosthodont Res., 2016 Jan 19. pii: S1883-1958(15)00104-8.
doi: 10.1016/j.jpor.2015.11.002. [Epub ahead of print], 2016.01.
|3.||ATSUTA IKIRU, Yasunori AYUKAWA, Ryosuke Kondo, Wakana Oshiro, Yuri Matsuura, Akihiro Furuhashi, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, kiyoshi koyano, Soft tissue sealing around dental implants based on histological interpretation, J Prosthodont Res, 60(1):3-11. doi: 10.1016/j.jpor.2015.07.001. Epub 2015 Dec 23. Review., 2016.01.|
|4.||Impact of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain (AAOP) guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and management, 5th edition .|
|5.||Occlusal discomfort syndrome.|
|6.||Occlusal theory and clinical prosthodontics .|
|7.||kiyoshi koyano, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Rika Kuwatsuru, Rehabilitation of occlusion – science or art?, J Oral Rehabil, 39(7):513-521
doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2842.2012.02303.x. Epub 2012 Apr 10., 2012.07.
|8.||The effect of stabilization splint on sleep bruxism.|
|9.||Svensson P, Baad-Hansen L, Pigg M, List T, Eliav E, Ettlin D, Michelotti A, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Matsuka Y, Jääskeläinen SK, Essick G, Greenspan JD, Drangsholt M, Guidelines and recommendations for assessment of somatosensory function in orofacial pain conditions – a taskforce report., J Oral Rehabil, 38(5):366-394., 2011.05.|
|10.||Do interproximal contacts between natural teeth and implant prostheses over time?.|
|11.||Clinical Guideline for Splint Therapy.|
|12.||Evaluation of the treatment outcome by an objective assessment with quantitative measurement method for the magnitude of pain using electrical stimulation in fibromyalgia patients.|
|13.||kiyoshi koyano, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Rika Kuwatsuru, Kuwata T, Assessment of bruxism in the clinic, J Oral Rehabil, 35(7): 495-508, 2008.07.|
|14.||Improvement of clinical skills in removable partial denture prosthodontics.|
|15.||Improvement of clinical skills in complete denture prosthodontics.|
|16.||Masticatory function tests at chair side.|
|17.||kiyoshi koyano, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Rika Kuwatsuru, Local factors associated with parafunction and prosthodontics, Int J Prosthodont, 18(4):293-294, 2005.07.|
|18.||Baba Kazuyoshi, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Yamazaki M, Clark GT, A review of temporomandibular disorder diagnostic techniques, 2001.08.|
|19.||Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Baba Kazuyoshi, Clark GT, An evidence-based assessment of occlusal adjustment as a treatment for temporomandibular disorders, J Prosthet Dent, 2001.07.|
|20.||The evaluation of bruxism.|
|21.||Natural history of internal derangements.|
|22.||Baba Kazuyoshi, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Clark GT, Reliability, validity and utility of various occlusal measurement methods and techniques, J Prosthet Dent, 2000.02.|
|23.||Clark GT, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Baba Kazuyoshi, Watanabe Tatsutomi, Sixty-eight years of experimental occlusal interference studies: What have we learned?, J Prosthet Dent, 1999.12.|
|24.||Clark GT, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Baba Kazuyoshi, Simmons Michael, The validity and utility of disease detection methods and of occlusal therapy for temporomandibular disorders, Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol, 1997.01.|