The application of biofeedback therapy to dental disorders is a relatively new but rapidly expanding area. The first report on the use of biofeedback for dental problems was published by William Solberg and John Rugh in 1972. This unique collaboration of a dentist and a behaviorally oriented psychologist generated a new line of research and clinical application. Reprinted articles on the behavioral treatment of dental dysfunctions along with other previously unpublished materials have been recently published (Rugh, Perlis, & Disraeli, 1977).
KeywordsBiofeedback Therapy Biofeedback Treatment Fluphenazine Decanoate Orofacial Dyskinesia Biofeedback Technique
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