bruxism


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involuntarily or unconsciously clenching or grinding the teeth, typically during sleep

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Botulinum toxin was suggested to the patient to treat bruxism.
Namyk Kemal Ayhan, the founder of Dentadent, feelings such as tension, anger and disappointment can cause a person to experience bruxism.
The survey also found bruxism can keep partners awake, much the same as snoring.
What a circus that night was, as was the close encounter with bruxism.
As a result consumers are looking for products to I help them take care of their teeth and gums as well as seeking over-the-counter solutions for issues such as bruxism and tooth whitening,"
Comparative the effectiveness of occlusal splint and TENS treatments on clinical findings and pain threshold of temporomandibular disorders secondary to bruxism.
Then again, bruxism related to underlying issues such as muscle irritation or dental problems may require a trip to the dentist.
A section on pediatric issues is included, with information on bedwetting, bruxism, sleepwalking, concerns among teens, and other topics.
53 male patients, aged between 35-39 years, performing specific activities with both high risk factor and stress, suffering from bruxism associated with pain in the cranio-mandibular area, were selected for our study.
In the 33 chapters, sleep specialists from North America and Europe cover disorders of arousal occurring in children, like sleepwalking and terrors; parasomnias associated with REM sleep, such as REM sleep behavior disorder and nightmare disorder; those due to medical or neurological disorders or related to trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder; sleep-related dissociative disorder, enuresis, and eating disorders; and sleep-related movement disorders and other variants, such as restless legs syndrome, starts, bruxism, and epilepsy.
Bruxism and/or laughter while asleep may be noticed by others.
We aimed to investigate whether different stress-factors, and different coping strategies, were more or less associated with these bruxism symptoms".
Bruxism is adisorder which causes people to grind their teeth during their sleep and even while awake
Bruxism, abrasion, cracks, fractures that appear in teeth are caused by occlusion disorders.
Bruxism, or teeth grinding, affects most people at some point but only causes problems in about five per cent.