An Investigation of the Presence, Types and Sensitivity to Different Antimicrobial Medications of the Communal Bacteria in the Children Dental Clinic Service
Fowziya M Ali,
Miftah S M Najm,
Noor Alhooda Milood Alawaklli and
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Miftah S M Najm: Oral Science Department, University of Benghazi, Libya
Noor Alhooda Milood Alawaklli: Ministry of Health, Libya
Ahmed Abouserwel: Birmingham Community Health Foundation Trust, UK
Advances in Dentistry & Oral Health, 2019, vol. 11, issue 1, 24-28
The mouth contains tremendous diversity of microorganisms which constitutes the normal oral flora. The dental clinical practice room is predominantly the source of largely multiple dental procedures that exhibit occupational exposure to blood and saliva borne contamination and other potentially infectious dental materials, (such as the periodontal crevice and pockets, tongue dorsum and other mucosal surfaces).
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