Translation of bruxism in Spanish:


bruxismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbrəksɪzəm/ /ˈbrʌksɪz(ə)m/


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    bruxismo masculine
    • He was a prolific author and actively contributed to the scientific literature on phobias, pain, habit control, anxiety management, healing, bruxism, and hypnotic techniques.
    • Sleep bruxism is forceful grinding of the teeth during sleep and about which the subject is unaware.
    • Orthodontic problems and bruxism are more common than in the general population.
    • Patients with tension-type headache do not typically report any visual disturbance, constant generalized pain, fever, stiff neck, recent trauma, or bruxism.
    • Sally acknowledged a history of bruxism, and I suggested a referral to her dentist for fitting of a bite plate plus an anti-inflammatory medication.