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Antibiotics Prescription Impact on Late Dental Implants Survival

Antibiotics Prescription Impact on Late Dental Implants Survival

Rawaa Younus Al-Rawee1*, Sajid Khazaal Ameen2

Journal Title: Journal of Dental Health and Oral Research

ims from this study is evaluating effect of antibiotics administration on dental implants failure in healthy patients underwent simple to moderate dental implant surgeries whether delayed or immediate (post-extraction) implantation. Complete assessment of the valuable or risky effects of oral antibiotics use with dental implant placement versus no antibiotic administration. One hundred twenty (120) consecutive medically fit patients necessitate oral rehabilitation by dental implants in different tooth loss area. These patients were arbitrarily distributed to 3 diverse categories: No Antibiotic Prescription (NOAB) Preoperative and Postoperative Antibiotic use (PPAB) consisting of amoxicillin 1.5 g 1 hour before surgery and 500 mg three times per day; for 7 days following surgery Postoperative Antibiotic Coverage (POAB) consisting of and 500 mg three times per day; started after surgery and continued for 1 week after surgery. Significant correlation are shown in this study analysis for three years follow-up periods with Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test. Follow-up maintained in 6th month, 1st year, 2nd year and final check-up well done clinically and radiographically to exclude any failure of implant caused by peri-implantitis. Out of the twenty failed implant in both surgical procedure which observed in the 3rd month at stage of gingival former; no extra failure are recorded. Author thought that antibiotics can have role to prevent proceeding complications extends to failure more over patients instruction to keep good oral hygiene can play role beside.