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The role of a dentist in managing patients with dystonia.

Dental Update 2013 December
UNLABELLED: Oromandibular dystonia is a neurological condition where the muscles of the mouth and jaw contract in involuntary spasms. Dystonia currently has no cure, but there are treatment options to manage symptoms. This case report describes the treatment of a 41-year-old male who presented at University of Glasgow Dental Hospital and School with established oromandibular dystonia. The use of removable appliances as a treatment option for this condition will be discussed.

CLINICAL RELEVANCE: This case highlights the potential role of the dental practitioner in providing oromandibular dystonia sufferers with an effective and relatively easy treatment modality in the form of a removable appliance.

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