New Paradigm in Explaining Dry Socket: Case Studies

Dry cavity is considered as ultimate common complication following eyetooth extraction. It is principally manifested by harsh irradiating pain that start 1 to 4 days after dental ancestry with a denuded hole. Although many risk factors are guide it, no clear and direct cause has been interpreted to explain allure etiopathogenesis. Here, we suggest a new pathogenesis and management of Dry hole based on new microbiological and dispassionate findings from 11 dispassionate cases.We present a series of 6 Dry hole cases from which alveolar swabs have been captured for microbial exploration. Materials from the 6 cases were bear hardship bacterial culture and susceptibleness testing. Microbiological results displayed the presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in 4 samples. Furthermore, the antibiogram showed awareness to ciprofloxacin.Then, a serial of 11 cases opposing to local management, were medicated by ciprofloxacin that was prescribed at 500 mg 3 occasions per day for 5 days. After taking medicines,9 patients knowledgeable complete relief in 12 to 24 hours. In addition to former laboratory data, this dispassionate outcome lends better credence to the plan that an infectious device contributes to the pathophysiology of Dry socket.

Author(s) Details:

Wael Khalil,
Lebanese University, Lebanon.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/PRAMR-V6/article/view/9152

Keywords: Dry socket, localized alveolitis, alveolar osteitis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, bacterial biofilm

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