After dental extraction, a well-characterized process of wound healing occurs that may result in loss of ridge dimensions, compromising ideal implant replacement. The greater the available bone, the larger the implant width and length that can be used, resulting in better cervical esthetics, prognosis, and ease of oral hygiene procedures. Socket preservation procedures at the time of tooth extraction improve the prognosis regarding maintenance of the width and height of remaining bone. Grafting at the time of extraction takes advantage of the regional acceleratory phenomenon that is induced by the trauma of extraction leading to a reduced healing time.
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