Severe Xerostomia Secondary to Anticholinergic Drug Therapy: Case Report (#206)

Severe Xerostomia Secondary to Anticholinergic Drug Therapy: Case Report (#206)

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Author: Ronald S. Brown, DDS, MS
Credit Hours: 2
Effective Date: 2-1-2017
Expiration Date: 2-1-2020

Description

Ronald S. Brown, DDS, MS; Bridgette H. Rhodes, DDS; Marianne S. Siewe, DDS; and Terri Jones Matthews, DDS; share a case of severe dry mouth in an 83-year-old female patient taking oxybutynin for urinary incontinence. The oral side effects of anticholinergic drug therapy and the dental management of the patient are discussed. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.