Don't Recommend Antibiotics Before Dental Work for Prosthetic Joint Patients

You'll hear more consensus on limiting antibiotics before dental procedures in patients with prosthetic joints.

This has been debated for years.

The concern is that bacteremia resulting from dental procedures could lead to infection of artificial joints.

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