1. Botulinum toxin (BTX) is defined as _______________.
  1. One of the reasons that BTX therapy is being used in dentistry is ______________.
  1. Treatment with BTX is the most common minimally invasive cosmetic procedure performed on men.
  1. BTX works by blocking the release of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junction.
  1. BTX provides both a paralyzing effect and a loss of sensation to the area of injection.
  1. BTX should not be administered if the patient _______________.
  1. Systemic effects of BTX therapy could include _______________.
  1. Local effects of BTX therapy could include _______________.
  1. General uses of BTX include treatment of _______________.
  1. Dental uses of BTX include _______________.
  1. Patients should be observed for how long after BTX therapy?
  1. Patients should return for retreatment _______________.