alexa The use of transcranial stimulation in the fabrication of an occlusal splint.



Author(s): Frisardi G

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Abstract An alternative method for fabricating occlusal splints by means of electric transcortical stimulation is presented. Ensuing results in one patient suggest neuromuscular benefits. However, the centric occlusal position determined by this method is a painful procedure because of electric stimulation on the scalp. Further and extensive investigations must be carried out to assess the clinical benefits and limits of this method.
This article was published in J Prosthet Dent and referenced in Dentistry

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