Sensory and motor integration during mandibular function.

@article{Davidson1987SensoryAM,
  title={Sensory and motor integration during mandibular function.},
  author={Raymond Davidson and Norman D Mohl},
  journal={Dental clinics of North America},
  year={1987},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={615-26}
}
The subject of pain is intimately related to that of mandibular function. It is now clear that certain types of temporomandibular disorders, particularly myofascial pain dysfunction, result, in part, from rhythmic muscle activity produced by parafunctional oral habits such as diurnal or nocturnal bruxism. Furthermore, in addition to phasic hyperactivity… CONTINUE READING