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Complex Pathogenetic Therapy of Recurrent Clips

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Abstract

The aim of the study is to increase the effectiveness of complex therapy for chronic recurrent lip cracks. The clinical results of the conducted studies clearly demonstrate the advantage of using the Antistax ED corrector in the complex therapy of CRLC. Simplicity and ease of use of the drug provide the possibility of its use at a therapeutic dental appointment. The use of Antistax in combination with conventional CRLC therapy helps to reduce the duration of treatment, reduce the frequency and duration of relapses, lengthen the anti-relapse period and reduce the severity of relapses.

Abstract

The aim of the study is to increase the effectiveness of complex therapy for chronic recurrent lip cracks. The clinical results of the conducted studies clearly demonstrate the advantage of using the Antistax ED corrector in the complex therapy of CRLC. Simplicity and ease of use of the drug provide the possibility of its use at a therapeutic dental appointment. The use of Antistax in combination with conventional CRLC therapy helps to reduce the duration of treatment, reduce the frequency and duration of relapses, lengthen the anti-relapse period and reduce the severity of relapses.

Keywords

chronic recurrent lip cracks
Quality of life
Russian version of the SF-36 questionnaire
Antistax
decrease in the height of the lower third of the face
full lips

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A., Y. N. ., R., N. F. ., R., A. K. ., & F., T. M. . (2023). Complex Pathogenetic Therapy of Recurrent Clips. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 32, 53-55. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/1663
  • Submitted
    23 January 2023
  • Revised
    23 January 2023
  • Published
    23 January 2023