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Should Dentists be Allowed to Administer Botulinum Toxin?
Pathology resulting from improper clenching and impact force by muscles of mastication are significant issues faced by dentists. Many techniques used for the treatment of these pathologies are expensive, invasive for the patient, and may be ineffective. BoNTA inhibits acetylcholine release, blocking or reducing the contraction of muscles which can have a positive outcome for patients with increased muscle spasm, temporomandibular joint pathologies, bruxism, trismus, tolerance of intra-oral prostheses and other oral conditions. Benninger B, Ross A (2012) Should Dentists be Allowed to Administer Botulinum Toxin? Dentistry 2:135. https://www.omicsonline.org/should-dentists-be-allowed-to-administer-botulinum-toxin-2161-1122.1000135.php?aid=7215
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