Medication for facial tics
19 Dec Facial tics are uncontrollable spasms in the face, such as rapid eye blinking or nose scrunching. Although facial tics are usually involuntary, they may be suppressed temporarily. Transient tic disorder is diagnosed when facial tics last for a short period of time.
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Description:Open in a separate window For both children and adults, start with the lowest dosage. We generally treat tics that interfere with school or other daily activities, or are disabling because of social embarrassment, physical discomfort, or self-injury. In prescribing tic-suppressing medications, we usually titrate dosage to identify the lowest one that will result in resolution of disability.