Pharmacotherapy for sleep bruxism
John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, October 2014
Macedo, Cristiane R, Macedo, Elizeu C, Torloni, Maria R, Silva, Ademir B, Prado, Gilmar F
Sleep bruxism is an oral activity characterized by involuntary teeth grinding or clenching during sleep. Several forms of treatment have been proposed for this disorder, including behavioural, dental and pharmacological strategies.
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