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Int J Oral Implantol 11 (2018), Supplement 1     14. Aug. 2018
Int J Oral Implantol 11 (2018), Supplement 1  (14.08.2018)

Supplement, Page S113-S121, PubMed:30109303


Impact of asepsis technique on implant success. A review
Veitz-Keenan, Analia / Ferraiolo, Debra M. / Keenan, James R.
Asepsis is described as a state free from microorganisms. In medicine, an aseptic environment is necessary and expected to avoid the spread of infection through contact between persons, sprays and splashes, inhalation, and sharps. Most dental procedures are performed in a "clean "environment with the common use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as disposable gloves, masks and protective eyewear with disinfection of surfaces and sterilization of instruments. For surgical procedure such as the insertion of endosseous implants, the recommendations are not clear. The use of antimicrobials and antibiotics before and after the procedure remains a controversial issue The purpose of this literature review is to evaluate the current evidence as to what is generally expected and widely accepted in the use of aseptic techniques for the surgical placement of endosseous implants, and the impact on implant survival and overall success.

Keywords: antibiotics, antimicrobials, asepsis, clean, dental implants, gloves, hygiene, infection, sterilization