whether antibiotics are really necessary before dental procedures to prevent endocarditis

Some researchers are questioning whether antibiotics are really necessary before dental procedures to prevent endocarditis.

A recent study suggests that dental work doesn't increase the risk of endocarditis in adults.

Some patients may hear about this and ask whether they have to take antibiotics before dental work.

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