alexa The use of antibiotics in dental implantology

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The use of antibiotics in dental implantology

In the last decade the oral surgery procedures have grown in number and variety, especially those concerning dental implant insertion and tissue regeneration. Dental practitioners encounter a number of postoperative complications after performing these procedures. The use of antibiotics in implant therapy is often necessary, especially in complex cases and in postoperative complications. Antibiotics are some of the most used substances in dental therapy. Because of the large spectrum of bacteria present, the mouth represents an important source of infection, produced especially by aerobe and anaerobe gram-positive bacteria. This is why the antibiotics used in dental surgery must act on gram-positive germs as well

 
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