Special Issue "Antimicrobial Agents in Oral Diseases: Prophylaxis and Therapy between New and Old Molecules"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2021.
Interests: oral diseases; oral health; bioactive phytochemicals; biomaterials; nanomaterials; drug delivery systems
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Antibiotic resistance represents a huge problem that the scientific community is called upon to tackle as a matter of priority. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that, each year, 2.8 million Americans experience an antibiotic-resistant infection, with the death of more than 35,000 people.
Safeguarding the effectiveness of old antimicrobial agents is fundamental today, as is the need to discover new ones. Studies will be pivotal to further elucidate the mechanism of action of old molecules to better understand, counteract, and prevent the spread of resistant bacteria. Research is also aimed at identifying new ones as well as proposing molecules which are capable of acting as adjuvants.
Common oral diseases (e.g., orofacial infection, periodontitis) in particular are treated using the support of antibiotics and antiseptics, representing the most prescribed medications by dentists, who are, thus, called to the fore to fight inappropriate prescriptions in their routine practice.
This Special Issue will publish papers focusing on the management of oral diseases with a particular focus on the activity of old and new antiseptics and antibiotics, on the use of these medications in dental setting, and on the education of dental professionals regarding their correct prescription.
Dr. Elena Maria Varoni
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Oral Medicine
- Oral Infections