Associations between Tooth Wear and Dental Sleep Disorders, a narrative overview: A narrative overview

Peter Wetselaar, Daniele Manfredini, Jari Ahlberg, Anders Johansson, Ghizlane Aarab, Chryssa E. Papagianni, Marisol Reyes Sevilla, Michail Koutris, Frank Lobbezoo

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Abstract Objectives Tooth wear is a common finding in adult patients with dental sleep disorders. The aim of this paper was to review the literature on the possible associations between tooth wear and the following dental sleep disorders: sleep-related orofacial pain, oral moistening disorders, gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD), obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS), and sleep bruxism. Methods A PubMed search was performed on June 1, 2018, using MeSH terms in the following query: Tooth Wear AND (Facial Pain OR Temporomandibular Joint Disorders OR Xerostomia OR Sialorrhea OR Gastroesophageal Reflux OR Sleep Apnea Syndrome OR Sleep Bruxism). Results The query yielded 706 reports on tooth wear and the mentioned dental sleep disorders. Several associations between tooth wear and the dental sleep disorders were suggested in the literature. It could be concluded that: 1. tooth wear is associated with dental pain and/or hypersensitivity; 2. oral dryness is associated with tooth wear, orofacial pain, and sleep bruxism; 3. GERD is associated with tooth wear, orofacial pain, oral dryness, OSAS, and sleep bruxism; 4. OSAS is associated with oral dryness, GERD, and sleep bruxism; and 5. sleep bruxism is associated with tooth wear. Conclusions Tooth wear is associated with the dental sleep disorders orofacial pain, oral dryness, GERD, and sleep bruxism. The dental sleep disorders are interlinked with each other, which leads to indirect associations as well, and makes the consequences of each single condition difficult to disentangle. Knowledge of these associations is clinically relevant, but more research is needed to confirm their validity. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Oral Rehabilitation
Pages (from-to)765-775
Number of pages11
ISSN0305-182X
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2019
MoE publication typeA2 Review article in a scientific journal

Fields of Science

  • tooth wear
  • orofacial pain
  • oral moistening disorders
  • xerostomia
  • hyposalivation
  • hypersalivation
  • sialorrhea
  • ptyalism
  • gastroesophageal reflux disease
  • sleep apnea
  • sleep bruxism
  • adult
  • 313 Dentistry

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Wetselaar, Peter ; Manfredini, Daniele ; Ahlberg, Jari ; Johansson, Anders ; Aarab, Ghizlane ; Papagianni, Chryssa E. ; Sevilla, Marisol Reyes ; Koutris, Michail ; Lobbezoo, Frank. / Associations between Tooth Wear and Dental Sleep Disorders, a narrative overview : A narrative overview. In: Journal of Oral Rehabilitation. 2019 ; pp. 765-775.
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Associations between Tooth Wear and Dental Sleep Disorders, a narrative overview : A narrative overview. / Wetselaar, Peter ; Manfredini, Daniele; Ahlberg, Jari; Johansson, Anders; Aarab, Ghizlane; Papagianni, Chryssa E. ; Sevilla, Marisol Reyes; Koutris, Michail; Lobbezoo, Frank.

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