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BruxApp - World’s first phone App for Bruxism

BruxApp - World’s first phone App for Bruxism


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BruxApp - World’s first phone App for Bruxism


App Details

Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
December 7, 2020
Release date
January 18, 2016
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App Store Description

BruxApp - World’s first phone App for Bruxism

BruxApp is the first globally available, research-based smartphone app dedicated to the study and management of Bruxism and its health consequences.
Designed by top international experts in a multi-center Bruxism research project and developed in 25 Research Centres across the world.

Bruxapp is a simple tool used by dentists and patients for several purposes:
- To help the assessment of the presence/absence of bruxism-related activities (i.e., teeth clenching or grinding, jaw clenching) and potential consequences.
- For rating the severity of bruxism, if present.
- As a biofeedback-based management tool for bruxism.
- To increase patients’ awareness of bruxism activities so they can avoid or correct negative habits.
- To make patients aware of the possible clinical consequences of bruxism and try to prevent them.
- To promote cutting-edge knowledge about bruxism, based on the latest scientific research.

WHY is BruxApp needed?
Bruxism has been increasing in prevalence over recent years. It encompasses motor activities of the jaw muscles, such as jaw or teeth clenching, and teeth grinding, some of which may be associated with clinical signs and symptoms, like tooth wear, failed dental restorations, complications with implant-supported prosthesis, muscle fatigue and temporomandibular joint pain. A correct diagnosis is therefore fundamental to establishing early prevention and management regimens.

Studies with BruxApp have been supervised by experts, as part of an ongoing multicenter research project on bruxism epidemiology and management coordinated by Prof. Daniele Manfredini, University of Siena, Italy.

The app was developed by Goran Djukic, program analyst at the Institute of Clinical Physiology, National Council of Research, University of Pisa, Italy.
BruxApp is currently available in the following languages: English, Italian, , French, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Dutch, Finnish, Brazilian, Japanese, Hebrew, Chinese, Arabic, Greek, Polish, Lithuanian, Bosnian, Romanian, Turkish, Norwegian, and Croatian, with another 4 language versions soon to be released.

BruxApp is not a game or gadget. In order for BruxApp to work correctly and be effective, please dedicate 5 minutes of your time to READING the simple instructions CAREFULLY.

The full compatibility is guaranteed by iPhone 5 and higher ones and iOS 9.3 and higher ones.

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