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The Journal of Oral Rehabilitation recently discussed TMJD—or temporomandibular muscle and joint disorders—which are sometimes treated with injections of botulinum toxin. Low doses for a short period of time have shown no jaw bone loss. But what if the dosage is increased and/or given for a longer...

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From the Journal of Gynecology Obstetrics and Human Reproduction.


Introduction: To classify persistent perineal and pelvic postpartum pain using the classification usually employed in chronic pelvic pain.

Material and method: The principal objective of this study is to assess...

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Researchers from New York University College of Dentistry report that adjustments in standard treatment for pain from myofascial temporomandibular disorder (mTMD) may be in order, based on conclusions from a recently completed study. Oral appliances including bite guards and splints are commonly...

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