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SLEEP BRUXISM SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH CLOBAZAM

Navneet Kaur Bhatia, Navleen Kaur Bhatia and M. S. Bhatia*

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Bruxism comes from the Greek word “brychein” for “gnashing of the teeth.”[1] The term “bruxism” comes from “bruxomania” which first appeared in the literature in an article by Marie and Pietkiewcz cited by Ramfjord[2], but was first used by Frohman[3], to define the problem of a dental nature, resulting from non-physiological movements of the mandible especially in stress. Like other sleep-related movement disorders, bruxism is characterized by involuntary, unconscious movement during sleep. Bruxism is a parafunctional buccal habit characterized by a non-functional convergence of teeth and disorders of the temporomandibular articulation and muscles used in chewing.[4- 6] While people also grind their teeth while awake, sleep bruxism is generally a bigger health concern.

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