The dental literature on occlusion and myogenous orofacial pain: application of critical thinking

@article{Solow2016TheDL,
  title={The dental literature on occlusion and myogenous orofacial pain: application of critical thinking},
  author={R. Solow},
  journal={CRANIO®},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={323 - 331}
}
  • R. Solow
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • CRANIO®
Objective: To enhance the reader’s critical thinking when reading the dental literature on the relationship of occlusion and myogenous orofacial pain (MOP). Methods: Representative journal articles and systematic reviews from the dental literature confirming and denying a relationship of occlusion to MOP were analyzed and reviewed. Results: Studies using computerized occlusal analysis (COA) consistently find a relationship of the occlusion to MOP. Studies that do not confirm this relationship… Expand
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