Sleep Bruxism: Myths, Misconceptions and Management Strategies

Sleep Bruxism: Myths, Misconceptions and Management Strategies (ce630) - Introduction
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Introduction – Sleep Bruxism

The understanding of sleep bruxism involves more than just the grinding of teeth. The mechanisms of acid erosion and tooth softening, sleep bruxism vs. awake bruxism, the factors triggering bruxism, the use of occlusal splint therapy and restorative management will be discussed. Extensive clinical examples will be shown.

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  • Dr. Noble has done consulting work for Procter & Gamble. He has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.


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