Eman M. Al-Rafah

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Bruxism can cause signs and symptoms of temperomandibular disorders (TMD). Moreover, it will affect structures of the masticatory system. The most commonly established treatment approach for both bruxism and TMD is conservative and reversible management which include often occlusal devices (splints). Following ethical approval, 16 Male dental patients, with(More)
Studies on the effects of stabilization splints on the neuromuscular system in patients with functional disorders indicate that the splints reestablish symmetric and reduced postural activity in the temporal and masseter muscles and significantly reduce the masseter muscle activity. This study was conducted on sixteen male dentulous patients who were(More)
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