No need. The american heart association has now said that antibiotic prophylaxis is not required for those with mvp.
None other safe. Treatments known that are effective.
See below. There is no alternative.
Not recommended. The use of antibiotics before a dental procedure is no longer recommended by the american heart association in patients with and without symptoms associated with mitral valve prolapse. Patients with history of endocarditis, an artificial valve, congenital heart defect, significant heart dysfunction or heart transplant may need antibioitics. Consult your cardiologist with any of these conditions.
The AHA guidelines. Changed a few years ago - so consult with your pcp / cardiologist or dds to see if your specific condition warrants premedication.