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tissue relaxation dentistry

developing a range of chemicals that relax tensions in connective tissue
 
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Optimally by being non toxic and effectively by acting within an acceptable medical time frame.

Potassium nitrate is the traditional meat tenderising agent. You can apply modest amounts to the tongue with no ill effect.

injection of amyl nitrite would be sufficient I believe.

lostmind, May 31 2015

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       I don't know. I just saw the category. Hmmm
blissmiss, May 31 2015
  

       Why would you want to soften connective tissue?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 31 2015
  

       Why would you want to tenderise the tongue, unless it's been caustic recently?
4and20, May 31 2015
  

       So it's not just me I gather.
blissmiss, May 31 2015
  

       Nope.   

       This idea appears to be an ineffective solution to problem that doesn't exist.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 31 2015
  

       Are we trying to loosen teeth, so that they're easier to pull out?
pertinax, Jun 01 2015
  

       There are people in Glasgow who can do that for free.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 01 2015
  

       //This idea appears to be an ineffective solution to problem that doesn't exist..//   

       There are diverse examples of why this is no barrier to success.
bs0u0155, Jun 01 2015
  

       The Torah commands us to return a lost mind! What were you thinking?   

       Anyway I think they call it sedation dentistry.
pashute, Jun 01 2015
  

       I was going for something that will eventually be a lot more controllable. Like, making the teeth loose enough to move then reversing the process. Orthodontics in a fraction of the time.   

       Not a clue on the actual type of I guess muscle involved. M
lostmind, Jun 02 2015
  

       The teeth are held in place by bone, not muscle. If they were held in place by muscle, orthodontics would be unnecessary. What you need is a temporary bone softener.
notexactly, Jun 14 2015
  
      
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