Craig Carton's UT TicTocStop funded Tourette's study to be published

Craig Carton's University of Tennessee TicTocStop funded Tourette's study is to be published in the Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry.


Carton writes of the Timothy L. Hottel, DDS; Robin L. Jack, MD; Elliott Taynor, DDS; Martha Wells, DDS; Wainscott Hollis, DDS; Robert Brandt, DDS; Stefan A. Hottel; and William L. Balanoff, DDS run Improved Yale Total Tic Severity Score Due to Craniofacial Manipulation With an Oral Appliance:

Studies such as this one, and supportive environments such as our summer camp, were and are only possible with your support and assistance.

Please know that your previous help and encouragement continue to make a tremendous difference in the lives of those afflicted with Tourette’s.

On behalf of my entire family (and the families that participated in the study), thank you again for your support, and for allowing such an important study to be realized.

I hope it is one small step towards making life better for those who suffer with Tourette’s.

Many thanks to Dr. Taynor, Dr. Balanoff, Dana Wachter, Steven Kent and Aimee Skier for their unwavering belief, support and dedication to the children who we have been blessed to work with.

Best wishes for the Holidays and Happy and Healthy New Year.

A preview of Improved Yale Total Tic Severity Score Due to Craniofacial Manipulation With an Oral Appliance.


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