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Treatment outcome of supervised exercise, home exercise and bite splint therapy, respectively in patients with symptomatic disc displacement with reduction. A randomised clinical trial.

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Summary of "Treatment outcome of supervised exercise, home exercise and bite splint therapy, respectively in patients with symptomatic disc displacement with reduction. A randomised clinical trial."

The best treatment strategy for disturbing temporomandibular clicking sounds is not known. Objectives The aim was to evaluate the effect of exercise, and bite splint therapy, respectively, in patients with symptomatic disc displacement with reduction.

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Name: Journal of oral rehabilitation
ISSN: 1365-2842
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