State anxiety and depression as factors modulating and influencing postoperative pain in dental implant surgery. A prospective clinical survey

  1. Rafael Gómez de Diego
  2. Antonio Cutando Soriano
  3. Javier Montero Martín
  4. Juan Carlos Prados Frutos
  5. Antonio López-Valverde Centeno
Medicina oral, patología oral y cirugía bucal. Ed. inglesa

ISSN: 1698-6946

Datum der Publikation: 2014

Ausgabe: 19

Nummer: 6

Seiten: 592-597

Art: Artikel

DOI: 10.4317/MEDORAL.19685 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen Access editor

Andere Publikationen in: Medicina oral, patología oral y cirugía bucal. Ed. inglesa


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  • Zitate in Scopus: 16 (20-09-2023)
  • Zitate in Dialnet Metriken: 1 (23-09-2023)
  • Zitate in 'Web of Science': 13 (21-09-2023)
  • Zitate in Dimensions: 14 (09-04-2023)

JCR (Journal Impact Factor)

  • Jahr 2014
  • Impact Factor der Zeitschrift: 1.171
  • Impact Factor ohne Selbstzitierung: 1.096
  • Article influence score: 0.366
  • Höchstes Quartil: Q3
  • Bereich: DENTISTRY, ORAL SURGERY & MEDICINE Quartil: Q3 Position im Bereich: 50/88 (Ausgabe: SCIE)

SCImago Journal Rank

  • Jahr 2014
  • Impact SJR der Zeitschrift: 0.714
  • Höchstes Quartil: Q1
  • Bereich: Dentistry (miscellaneous) Quartil: Q1 Position im Bereich: 30/136
  • Bereich: Otorhinolaryngology Quartil: Q2 Position im Bereich: 39/117
  • Bereich: Medicine (miscellaneous) Quartil: Q2 Position im Bereich: 958/2979
  • Bereich: Surgery Quartil: Q2 Position im Bereich: 123/444

Scopus CiteScore

  • Jahr 2014
  • CiteScore der Zeitschrift: 3.0
  • Bereich: Otorhinolaryngology Perzentil: 79
  • Bereich: Dentistry (all) Perzentil: 78
  • Bereich: Surgery Perzentil: 77


(Aktualisierte Daten ab 09-04-2023)
  • Gesamtzitate: 14
  • Letzten Termine: 1
  • Relative Citation Ratio (RCR): 0.94
  • Field Citation Ratio (FCR): 3.76


Objetives: To determine whether preoperative state anxiety and depression modulate or influence objective and subjective postoperative pain following dental implant insertion. Study Design: Prospective, clinical study with 7-day follow-up of a sample of 105 subjects who preoperatively completed the state anxiety questionnaire (STAI-E) and Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and postoperatively, at 2 and 7 days, recorded objective pain with the Semmes-Weinstein mechanical esthesiometer (SW test) and subjective pain with the Visual Analog Scale (VAS). Results: 85.6% and 81.5% of patients, respectively, recorded no signs of state anxiety or depression. The correlation between anxiety and depression for both maxillary bones was the lower ( P =0.02). The correlation between subjective and objective pain at 2 and 7 days, and the anatomic regions intervened, was statistically significant in the mandible at day 7 ( P <0.01), and highly significant ( P <0.001) for the other variables. The correlation between state anxiety and objective pain at day 7 was nearly statistically significant ( P =0.07). Conclusions: The correlation between state anxiety and depression, and objective and subjective pain at day 7 was not statistically significant. A strong correlation was found between objective and subjective pain in the immediate postoperative period.