Sleep bruxism in children: sleep studies correlate poorly with parental reports.

@article{Huynh2016SleepBI,
  title={Sleep bruxism in children: sleep studies correlate poorly with parental reports.},
  author={Nelly T-L Huynh and Eve Desplats and Audrey Bellerive},
  journal={Sleep medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={63-8}
}
UNLABELLED The prevalence of sleep bruxism (SB) is usually reported as highest during childhood and decreases with age. However, this is based on parental reports and self-reports in the absence of quantitative data. Moreover, although SB signs, symptoms, and cutoff criteria have been established in the adult population, they remain unassessed in the… CONTINUE READING