New knowledge in the area of functional therapy for patients with orofacial pain and dysfunction has emerged in recent years but has yet to make its way to many dental practices. This book bridges that gap, presenting...
Following in the tradition of the previous editions, this book offers the latest research and most up-to-date information on orofacial pain, including a concise overview of each condition as well as its symptoms,...
This book explores the issues that may be encountered by clinicians during sinus floor elevation and how to avoid complications.
Dentists are often the first medical practitioners to encounter patient reports or clinical evidence of disorders such as sleep apnea, sleep bruxism, and sleep-disrupting orofacial pain, providing them a unique...
This clinically oriented book provides an overview of current concepts and clinical practices for managing occlusion in restorative dentistry.
This textbook links current scientific concepts of basic anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and pathology of the TMJ
The mechanism by which nociceptive impulses are initiated, transmitted, and perceived as pain is not unique to the masticatory system. This means that much of the information discovered about musculoskeletal disorders...
Bruxism is one of the "diseases" of the XXI century and acknowledgment of its destructive nature in the last fifteen years highlighted the hesitations of the profession and the questions of patients. Since the...