The Use of a BruxChecker in the Evaluation of Different Grinding Patterns During Sleep Bruxism

@article{Onodera2006TheUO,
  title={The Use of a BruxChecker in the Evaluation of Different Grinding Patterns During Sleep Bruxism},
  author={K. Onodera and T. Kawagoe and K. Sasaguri and Cynthia Protacio-Quismundo and S. Sato},
  journal={CRANIO®},
  year={2006},
  volume={24},
  pages={292 - 299}
}
Abstract A variety of problems involving the masticatory system can be partially attributed to parafunctional habits such as bruxism. These include occlusal trauma, abfractions, tooth migration, as well as temporomandibular dysfunction. Since bruxism is considered a contributing factor to the above-mentioned dental problems, it is essential to consider parafunctional habits in the diagnosis and treatment planning before doing any occlusal reconstruction. However, the problem lies in the lack or… Expand
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