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A Review Of Use Of Antibiotics In Dentistry And Recommendations For Rational Antibiotic Usage By Dentists*
Author: Dr. Akilesh Ramasamy
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
15 pages
One time payment: €0.00
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/748
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Dentists commonly prescribe antibiotics for controlling and treating dental infections. But there is a widespread abuse of antibiotics in medical and dental field. The inappropriate use of antibiotics results in increased treatment costs, increased risk of adverse events related to the antibiotic used and most importantly development and propagation of antimicrobial resistance. The definitive indications for use of antibiotics in dentistry are limited and specific. This review discusses the various principles and rationale behind antibiotic therapy in different fields of dentistry with stress on rational antibiotic use in dentistry

 

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