Indications and contraindications of corticosteroids in dentistry

There are several reasons why manufacturers do not apply to t he FDA for certain indications. Most often, it is because the number of people with the disease for which the drug might be indicated is small, and sales will not generate enough revenue to justify the cost of the studies required by the FDA. Sometimes, there is a similar drug on the market that already has the disease as a labeled indication, and the manufacturer assumes that its own drug also will be used as a treatment for the disease because the two drugs have similar effects. In still other instances, off-label use of the drug may be so common that obtaining FDA approval for the indication would not make much of a difference in the use of the drug and the revenue that is generated.

Indications and contraindications of corticosteroids in dentistry

indications and contraindications of corticosteroids in dentistry

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