Impacted mandibular third molar (M3M) removal is a common intervention in oral and maxillofacial surgery. There is a controversy in the literature about the use of antibiotics in third molar surgery: some authors suggest the prophylaxis use of antibiotics to reduce the occurrence of postoperative infection complications , whereas others support the idea that, in most cases, antibiotic prophylaxis is not necessary. In this study are reported the results of a double blind randomized- controlled clinical trial on the effectiveness of local antibiotic administration, systemic antibiotics administration, and their association, compared with a control group, in preventing postoperative infection complications of M3M surgery.
|Titolo:||Local Versus Systemic Antibiotics Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of Postoperative Oral Disability in Lower Third Molar Surgery|
|Citazione:||Busa, A., Parrini, S., Chisci, G., Pozzi, T., Burgassi, S., & Capuano, A. (2014). Local Versus Systemic Antibiotics Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of Postoperative Oral Disability in Lower Third Molar Surgery. THE JOURNAL OF CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY, 25(2), 708-709.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|