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1987 4
1989 3
1990 3
1991 3
1992 2
1993 2
1994 6
1995 2
1996 6
1997 8
1998 4
1999 9
2000 4
2001 11
2002 8
2003 10
2004 5
2005 7
2006 6
2007 10
2008 13
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2010 12
2011 14
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2013 20
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2016 15
2017 12
2018 17
2019 13
2020 4
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Bruxism physiology and pathology: an overview for clinicians
Lavigne GJ, et al. J Oral Rehabil 2008 - Review. PMID 18557915
Finally, it remains to be clarified when bruxism, as a behaviour found in an otherwise healthy population, becomes a disorder, i.e. associated with consequences (e.g. tooth damage, pain and social/marital conflict) requires intervention by a clinician....
Finally, it remains to be clarified when bruxism, as a behaviour found in an otherwise healthy population, becomes a disorder, i.e. associat …
The Neurobiology of Orofacial Pain and Sleep and Their Interactions
Lavigne GJ and Sessle BJ. J Dent Res 2016 - Review. PMID 27154736
This article also reviews findings that indicate that reducing orofacial pain and improving sleep need to be targeted together in the management of acute to chronic orofacial pain states in order to improve an orofacial pain patient's quality of life, to prevent mood alterations or exacerbation of sleep disorder (e.g., insomnia, sleep-disordered breathing) that can negatively affect their pain, and to promote healing and optimize their health....
This article also reviews findings that indicate that reducing orofacial pain and improving sleep need to be targeted together in the manage …
Sleep, chronic pain, and opioid risk for apnea
Marshansky S, et al. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 2018 - Review. Among authors: Lavigne GJ. PMID 28734941
Treatments include sleep hygiene advice, cognitive behavioral therapy, physical therapy, breathing devices (continuous positive airway pressure - CPAP, or oral appliance) and medications (sleep facilitators, e.g., zolpidem; or antidepressants, e.g., trazodone, duloxetine, or neuroleptics, e.g., pregabalin). ...
Treatments include sleep hygiene advice, cognitive behavioral therapy, physical therapy, breathing devices (continuous positive airway press …
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