Psychopathological profile of patients with different forms of bruxism

  title={Psychopathological profile of patients with different forms of bruxism},
  author={Gurkan Raşit Bayar and Recep Tutuncu and Cengizhan Açikel},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
The aim of the current study was to evaluate the prevalence of psychopathological symptoms in patients who self-reported different forms of bruxism by means of clinical and anamnestic diagnostic criteria. Eighty-five participants were divided into four groups as sleep bruxers (12), awake bruxers (24), sleep–awake bruxers (33), and non-bruxers (16). A self-report symptom inventory questionnaire (Symptom Checklist-90—Revised (SCL-90-R)) was filled out by all groups to determine their… CONTINUE READING
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