Bruxism: aetiology, clinical signs and symptoms.

  title={Bruxism: aetiology, clinical signs and symptoms.},
  author={I Kleinberg},
  journal={Australian prosthodontic journal},
  • I Kleinberg
  • Published 1994 in Australian prosthodontic journal
The aetiology of bruxism and therefore its management is poorly understood by dentists and their focus on a local dental cause has lead to much unnecessary irreversible dental treatment, with little impact on the incidence of bruxism. Clinical and neurophysiological evidence suggests that there is a strong link between bruxism and tooth wear in man and its… CONTINUE READING