The application of locally applied sustained release antibiotics is a common practice in human and small animal dentistry for treatment of periodontal disease. Systemic periodontal antibiotic therapy aims to reinforce mechanical periodontal treatment and to support the host defense system in overcoming the infection by killing subgingival pathogens that remain after conventional mechanical periodontal therapy the susceptibility of bacteria to antibiotics may be the key to the efficacy of systemic . The significance of microorganisms in the development of virtually all types of periodontal disease is indisputable this book is an encyclopedic collection of data from scientific papers and textbooks that form a sound basis for a thorough understanding of the antibiotics and antiseptics used in periodontal therapy. Antibiotics and antiseptics for periodontal disease antibiotics and antiseptics are used between scaling and root planing appointments as an adjunct treatment to maintain results they are also sometimes used as an alternative to more invasive surgery. Antiseptics are chemical disinfectants that are applied at the gum surface or under the gum line to inhibit the growth of microorganisms a mouthwash is a type of antiseptic what is an antibiotic an antibiotic is a substance that is injected or taken orally to eliminate or prevent infection
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