Alveolar Ridge Preservation
(Socket Preservation)


A dental extraction leads to a healing process in the alveolus (tooth socket), in which the bone volume is reduced both in width and height. The alveolar ridge preservation procedure is meant to prevent alveolar bone loss post-extraction.


This procedure allows greater control and predictability after an extraction while preventing the collapse of the area, volume loss, and improving the appearance of the gingival contour.


Various techniques exist for alveolar preservation, in which we proceed to decontaminate the alveolus so we can later place a resorbable membrane, filling the alveolus with biomaterial, after which we will suture the membrane at the vestibular margin.

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