Tissue changes of extraction sockets in humans: a comparison of spontaneous healing vs. ridge preservation with secondary soft tissue healing.

@article{Barone2013TissueCO,
  title={Tissue changes of extraction sockets in humans: a comparison of spontaneous healing vs. ridge preservation with secondary soft tissue healing.},
  author={Antonio Barone and Massimiliano Ricci and Paolo Tonelli and Stefano Santini and Ugo Covani},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  year={2013},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={1231-7}
}
INTRODUCTION As a consequence of extraction, the height of the buccal wall tends to decrease and results in the disappearance of bundle bone. To modify bone remodelling after extraction, various ridge preservation techniques have been proposed. The present research was drawn up with the following considerations in mind: to evaluate and to compare changes of hard and soft tissues in post-extraction sockets which received a ridge preservation procedure, with post-extraction sockets which had… CONTINUE READING

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