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  1. White matter hyperintensities are related to pain intensity in an outpatient memory clinic population: preliminary findings
  2. How to label bruxism that is a sign of a disorder? That's the question! Response to letter by Meira e Cruz & Ettlin (2018)
  3. Orofacial pain and its potential oral causes in older people with mild cognitive impairment or dementia
  4. Temporomandibular joint anterior disc displacement with reduction in a young population: Prevalence and risk indicators
  5. Evidence-based dentistry or meta-analysis illness? A commentary on current publishing trends in the field of temporomandibular disorders and bruxism
  6. Oral function of older people with mild cognitive impairment or dementia
  7. Parkinson's disease, temporomandibular disorders and bruxism: A pilot study
  8. Human jaw joint hypermobility: Diagnosis and biomechanical modelling
  9. Bruxism in dentists’ families
  10. International consensus on the assessment of bruxism: Report of a work in progress
  11. Two repetitive bouts of intense eccentric-concentric jaw exercises reduce experimental muscle pain in healthy subjects
  12. Prevalence and risk indicators of pain-related temporomandibular disorders among Indonesian children and adolescents
  13. Wear of occlusal splint materials
  14. Psychometric evaluation of the Orofacial Pain Scale for Non-Verbal Individuals as a screening tool for orofacial pain in people with dementia
  15. Delayed-onset muscle soreness in human masticatory muscles increases inhibitory jaw reflex responses
  16. Diagnostic accuracy of three screening questions (3Q/TMD) in relation to the DC/TMD in a specialized orofacial pain clinic
  17. Management of post-traumatic malocclusion: an alternative treatment
  18. Comparison of the outcomes of dynamic/static tests and palpation tests in TMD-pain patients
  19. Temporomandibular Disorders among Dutch Adolescents: Prevalence and Biological, Psychological, and Social Risk Indicators
  20. Oral Health of Parkinson’s Disease Patients: A Case-Control Study
  21. Long-term variability of sleep bruxism and psychological stress in patients with jaw-muscle pain: Report of two longitudinal clinical cases
  22. Pain Assessment in Impaired Cognition (PAIC): content validity of the Dutch version of a new and universal tool to measure pain in dementia
  23. Frequency of temporomandibular disorders diagnoses based on RDC/TMD in a Polish patient population
  24. Agreement between jaw-muscle activity measurement with portable single-channel electromyography and polysomnography in children
  25. Oral appliance therapy versus nasal continuous positive airway pressure in obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome: a randomised, placebo-controlled trial on self-reported symptoms of common sleep disorders and sleep-related problems
  26. Orofacial Pain and Mastication in Dementia
  27. Associations of pain intensity and pain-related disability with psychological and socio-demographic factors in patients with temporomandibular disorders: a cross-sectional study at a specialised dental clinic
  28. A new definition of dental sleep medicine
  29. Management of sleep bruxism in adults: a qualitative systematic literature review
  30. Psychometric properties of the Dutch version of the Orofacial Esthetic Scale (OES-NL) in dental patients with and without self-reported tooth wear
  31. Dental Changes in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients under Oral Appliance Treatment are Progressive in Nature
  32. Theories on possible temporal relationships between sleep bruxism and obstructive sleep apnea events. An expert opinion
  33. Pain in dementia: prevalence and associated factors: protocol of a multidisciplinary study
  34. Assessment of the progression of tooth wear on dental casts
  35. Chronic Pain in “Probable” Vascular Dementia: Preliminary Findings
  36. Oral mixing ability and cognition in elderly persons with dementia: A cross-sectional study
  37. Comorbid Disorders and Sociodemographic Variables in Temporomandibular Pain in the General Dutch Population
  38. Gebitsslijtage
  39. Bruxisme en andere orale bewegingsstoornissen
  40. Neurofysiologie van pijn
  41. Behandeling van temporomandibulaire aandoeningen
  42. Slaapgerelateerde ademhalingsstoornissen
  43. Differentiële diagnostiek van orofaciale pijn
  44. Orale kinesiologie
  45. Chew the Pain Away: Oral Habits to Cope with Pain and Stress and to Stimulate Cognition
  46. TMD pain is partly heritable. A systematic review of family studies and genetic association studies
  47. An international road map to improve pain assessment in people with impaired cognition: the development of the Pain Assessment in Impaired Cognition (PAIC) meta-tool
  48. Do sleep hygiene measures and progressive muscle relaxation influence sleep bruxism? Report of a randomised controlled trial
  49. Factors associated with temporomandibular disorders pain in adolescents
  50. Diagnostic accuracy of portable instrumental devices to measure sleep bruxism: a systematic literature review of polysomnographic studies
  51. Over-the-counter (OTC) bruxism splints available on the Internet
  52. Comparative evaluation of thickness of jaw-closing muscles in patients with long-standing bilateral temporomandibular joint ankylosis: a retrospective case-controlled study
  53. Predictors for the development of temporomandibular disorders in scuba divers
  54. Bruxism and genetics: a review of the literature
  55. Is there an association between temporomandibular disorders and playing a musical instrument? A review of literature
  56. Dental status and oral health-related quality of life. A population-based study
  57. Validity of functional diagnostic examination for temporomandibular joint disc displacement with reduction
  58. The mouth care item of the MOBID pain scale: secondary analyses of unique video uptakes by dental professionals
  59. Het belang van een gezonde mond
  60. Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD) for Clinical and Research Applications: Recommendations of the International RDC/TMD Consortium Network* and Orofacial Pain Special Interest Group†
  61. Validity of the Oral Behaviours Checklist: correlations between OBC scores and intensity of facial pain
  62. Does format matter for comprehension of a facial affective scale and a numeric scale for pain by adults with Down syndrome?
  63. Long-term results and complications after treatment of bilateral fractures of the mandibular condyle
  64. Correlation between self-reported and clinically based diagnoses of bruxism in temporomandibular disorders patients
  65. Behavioral Pain Indicators in People With Intellectual Disabilities: A Systematic Review
  66. Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD) – The Polish version of a dual-axis system for the diagnosis of TMD. RDC/TMD Form
  67. Two-colour chewing gum mixing ability: digitalisation and spatial heterogeneity analysis
  68. Is Myofascial Pain in Temporomandibular Disorder Patients a Manifestation of Delayed-onset Muscle Soreness?
  69. Comorbidity negatively influences the outcomes of diagnostic tests for musculoskeletal pain in the orofacial region
  70. Prevalence of sleep bruxism in children: a systematic review of the literature
  71. Time-linked concurrence of sleep bruxism, periodic limb movements, and EEG arousals in sleep bruxers and healthy controls
  72. Increased masticatory activity and quality of life in elderly persons with dementia-a longitudinal matched cluster randomized single-blind multicenter intervention study
  73. Authors' reply to the comment by Sabour
  74. Epidemiology of Bruxism in Adults: A Systematic Review of the Literature
  75. Development of a Quality-Assessment Tool for Experimental Bruxism Studies: Reliability and Validity
  76. Self-reported bruxism mirrors anxiety and stress in adults
  77. Mandibular advancement devices in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea and snoring in community dental care: A pilot study on self-reported sleep quality
  78. Oral health-related quality of life in patients with tooth wear
  79. Masseter Motor Unit Recruitment is Altered in Experimental Jaw Muscle Pain
  80. Disc displacement within the human temporomandibular joint: a systematic review of a ‘noisy annoyance’
  81. Is Bruxism a Risk Factor for Dental Implants? A Systematic Review of the Literature
  82. Bruxism defined and graded: an international consensus
  83. Bruxism and associated factors among Dutch adolescents
  84. Effects of delayed‐onset muscle soreness on masticatory function
  85. Reliability and validity of a continuous pain registration procedure
  86. Biomechanical modeling of open locks of the human temporomandibular joint
  87. Genetic Factors Account for Half of the Phenotypic Variance in Liability to Sleep-Related Bruxism in Young Adults: A Nationwide Finnish Twin Cohort Study
  88. Long Standing Intra Oral Acid Burn
  90. The effect of food bolus location on jaw movement smoothness and masticatory efficiency
  91. Determining the direction of tooth grinding: an in vitro study
  92. Are bruxism and the bite causally related?
  93. Self-reported bruxism and temporomandibular disorders: findings from two specialised centres
  94. De tandheelkundige aspecten van obstructieve slaapapneu
  95. 4 Pijn in de kaken tijdens kauwen
  96. Clinical Management of Implant Prostheses in Patients with Bruxism
  97. Pain Assessment and Treatment Challenges in Patients with Dementia 1This article is a modified version of the article „Pain in patients with dementia: An overview of pain assessment and treatment challenges” that will be printed in the Journal of Nors...
  98. Social support in chronic pain: development and preliminary psychometric assessment of a new instrument
  99. Research diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders: a systematic review of axis I epidemiologic findings
  100. Osteochondroma After Mandibular Dislocation
  102. Developing abbreviated OHIP versions for use with TMD patients
  103. Influence of psychological symptoms on home-recorded sleep-time masticatory muscle activity in healthy subjects
  104. The effect of raising the bite without mandibular protrusion on obstructive sleep apnoea
  105. Long-Term Follow-Up of a Randomized Controlled Trial of Oral Appliance Therapy in Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  106. Mastication for the mind—The relationship between mastication and cognition in ageing and dementia
  107. Oral Appliance Therapy versus Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial
  108. Bruxism Is Associated With Nicotine Dependence: A Nationwide Finnish Twin Cohort Study
  109. Psychosocial impairment in temporomandibular disorders patients. RDC/TMD axis II findings from a multicentre study
  110. Provocation of delayed-onset muscle soreness in the human jaw-closing muscles
  111. Correlation of RDC/TMD axis I diagnoses and axis II pain-related disability. A multicenter study
  112. Relationship between bruxism and temporomandibular disorders: a systematic review of literature from 1998 to 2008
  113. Evaluation of Temporomandibular Function After High Partial Condylectomy Because of Unilateral Condylar Hyperactivity
  114. Tobacco use and reported bruxism in young adults: A nationwide Finnish Twin Cohort Study
  115. Differences in loading of the temporomandibular joint during opening and closing of the jaw
  116. Some remarks on the RDC/TMD Validation Project: report of an IADR/Toronto-2008 Workshop discussion
  117. Awareness of tooth grinding and clenching from adolescence to young adulthood: a nine-year follow-up
  118. The inhibitory effect of a chewing task on a human jaw reflex
  119. Normalization reduces the spatial dependency of the jaw-stretch reflex activity in the human masseter muscle
  120. Even doorbijten
  121. Pijn en bewegen in relatie tot cognitie en gedrag bij dementie
  122. Reproducible effects of subjectively assessed muscle fatigue on an inhibitory jaw reflex in humans
  123. Effects of Intense Chewing Exercises on the Masticatory Sensory-Motor System
  124. Effects of an oral appliance with different mandibular protrusion positions at a constant vertical dimension on obstructive sleep apnea
  125. Reliability and validity of the instrumental assessment of implant stability in dry human mandibles
  126. Modulation of human exteroceptive jaw reflexes during simulated mastication
  127. Variability in the Apnea-Hypopnea Index and Its Consequences for Diagnosis and Therapy Evaluation
  128. Time-variant nature of sleep bruxism outcome variables using ambulatory polysomnography: implications for recognition and therapy evaluation
  129. Functional subdivision of the human masseter and temporalis muscles as shown by the condylar movement response to electrical muscle stimulation
  130. Principles for the management of bruxism
  131. Functional status of masticatory system, executive function and episodic memory in older persons
  132. The Dutch version of the Oral Health Impact Profile (OHIP-NL): Translation, reliability and construct validity
  133. Myofascial temporomandibular disorder pain, parafunctions and psychological stress
  134. Assessment of treatment outcome in patients with craniomandibular dysfunction
  135. Influence of jaw gape on EMG of jaw muscles and jaw-stretch reflexes
  136. Association between anterior tooth wear and temporomandibular disorder pain in a German population
  137. Effects of pergolide on severe sleep bruxism in a patient experiencing oral implant failure
  138. Dental implications of some common movement disorders: A concise review
  139. Taking up Challenges at the Interface of Wear and Tear
  140. P429 The variability of the apnea-hypopnea index and its consequences for diagnosis and therapy evaluation
  141. Masticatory muscle pain and disordered jaw motor behaviour: Literature review over the past decade
  142. Is condylar position a predictor for functional signs of TMJ hypermobility?
  143. Bruxism: its multiple causes and its effects on dental implants - an updated review*
  144. A functional perspective on oral implants - state-of-the-science and future recommendations*
  145. Controlled assessment of the efficacy of occlusal stabilization splints on sleep bruxism
  146. Dental implants in patients with bruxing habits
  147. Tussen slijten en verbijten
  148. Short-term effects of a mandibular advancement device on obstructive sleep apnoea: an open-label pilot trial
  149. Effects of masticatory muscle fatigue without and with experimental pain on jaw-stretch reflexes in healthy men and women
  150. Recognition of internal derangements
  151. Craniomandibular pain, oral parafunctions, and psychological stress in a longitudinal case study
  152. Oral kinesiology. A new postgraduate programme in the Netherlands
  153. Impaired health status, sleep disorders, and pain in the craniomandibular and cervical spinal regions
  154. Effects of TMJ anesthesia and jaw gape on jaw-stretch reflexes in humans
  155. Is there a relationship between head posture and craniomandibular pain?
  156. A reliability study of clinical occlusal tooth wear measurements
  157. Is self-reported jaw pain on mouth opening associated with a reduced bruxism time index?
  158. The clinical assessment of TMJ sounds by means of auscultation, palpation or both
  159. Psychological distress in chronic craniomandibular and cervical spinal pain patients
  160. Variation in masticatory muscle activity during subsequent, submaximal clenching efforts
  161. No association between incisal tooth wear and temporomandibular disorders
  162. Bruxism is mainly regulated centrally, not peripherally
  163. A reliability study of clinical tooth wear measurements
  164. Psychological distress in chronic craniomandibular and cervical spinal pain patients
  165. Double-blind, Crossover, Placebo-controlled Trial of Bromocriptine in Patients with Sleep Bruxism
  166. Prevalence of cervical spinal pain in craniomandibular pain patients
  167. Influence of periodontal receptors on the jaw-jerk reflex amplitude in man
  168. Clinical tests in distinguishing between persons with or without craniomandibular or cervical spinal pain complaints
  169. Functional subdivision of the human masseter and temporalis muscles as shown by the condylar movement response to electrical muscle stimulation
  170. Kinematics of the human mandible for different head postures
  171. The Intra-articular Distance within the TMJ during Free and Loaded Closing Movements
  172. Sleep disorders and the dental patient: An overview
  173. Mandibular movements in response to electrical stimulation of superficial and deep parts of the human masseter muscle at different jaw positions
  174. Sensomotoriek van het trigeminussysteem
  175. Neurofysiologie van pijn
  176. Effects of the D2 Receptor Agonist Bromocriptine on Sleep Bruxism: Report of Two Single-patient Clinical Trials
  177. Short Communication Motor activity in sleep bruxism with concomitant jaw muscle pain. A retrospective pilot study
  178. The effect of the catecholamine precursorL-Dopa on sleep bruxism: A controlled clinical trial
  179. Pain perception in idiopathic cervical dystonia (spasmodic torticollis)
  180. The influence of attentional factors on short- and long-latency jaw reflexes in man
  181. Striatal D2 Receptor Binding in Sleep Bruxism: A Controlled Study with Iodine-123-Iodobenzamide and Single-photon-emission Computed Tomography
  182. Effects of remote noxious stimulation on exteroceptive reflexes in human jaw-closing muscles
  183. Sensitivity of the jaw-jerk reflex in patients with myogenous temporomandibular disorder
  184. Influence of the thickness of soft tissues overlying human masseter and temporalis muscles on the electromyographic maximal voluntary contraction level
  185. Bilateral asymmetries in the jaw-jerk reflex activity in man
  186. The Effect of an Occlusal Stabilization Splint and the Mode of Visual Feedback on the Activity Balance Between Jaw-Elevator Muscles During Isometric Contraction
  187. Jaw-jerk reflex activity in relation to various clenching tasks in man
  188. Gain and threshold of the jaw-jerk reflex in man during isometric contraction