Biopsychosocial aspects of sleep bruxism in children

Biopsychosocial aspects of sleep bruxism in children

Claudia Cecilia Restrepo Serna

Bruxism was defined by a panel of experts, as a repetitive jaw-muscle activity characterized by clenching or grinding of the teeth and/or by bracing or thrusting of the mandible. Although bruxism is not necessarily a treatmentdemanding condition, it remains a common concern for parents.




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Claudia Cecilia Restrepo Serna
Received her degree as a Dentist in 1997 and as a Pediatric Dentist in 2001 at Universidad CES in Medellín, Colombia. She has worked in sleep bruxism in children since 1995, when she was in her undergraduate program of Dentistry.

She started her PhD in 2013. Nowadays, she is working as Professor at Universidad CES and is directing the CES-LPH Research group. She has been a speaker at international meetings and published her investigations in scientific peer reviewed journals. She is an active member of the International Association of Pediatric Dentistry and International Association of Dental Research.

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