A community study of sleep bruxism in Hong Kong children: association with comorbid sleep disorders and neurobehavioral consequences.


BACKGROUND The prevalence of childhood sleep bruxism (SB) varied from 5% to 46% among various studies. In addition to local facial and dental adverse consequences, accumulating evidence suggests that childhood SB could be associated with comorbid sleep and systemic neurobehavioral disturbances. This study attempted to investigate the prevalence and clinical… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.sleep.2010.11.013


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