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Determinants of probable sleep bruxism in a pediatric mixed dentition population: a multivariate analysis of mouth vs. nasal breathing, tongue mobility, and tonsil size
- Pediatric sleep bruxism was associated with impaired nasal breathing, restricted tongue mobility, and tonsil hypertrophy.
- Restricted tongue mobility was found to be an independent risk factor for bruxism in children.
- Tonsil hypertrophy, restricted tongue mobility, and nasal obstruction may have synergic effects on pediatric bruxism.
Impact of rapid palatal expansion on the size of adenoids and tonsils in childreN
Discussion of: Adenoid hypertrophy; Narrow high arch palate; Pediatric obstructive sleep apnea; Rapid palatal expansion; Sleep disordered breathing; Tonsillar hypertrophy.
Safety and efficacy of maxillary labial frenectomy in children: A retrospective comparative cohort study
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Tongue Tie (Ankyloglossia): Diagnosis, Symptoms, Surgery, and More