Topic Description :
Alveolar Ridge Preservation
After the extraction of a dental element, the socket field can undergo many changes, both in volume and shape, a fact that can generate irreversible aesthetic and functional damage for future implant supported rehabilitation. Alveolar ridge preservation has the intention to maintain the height and thickness of the alveolar bone and the bone gains are notable in the region.
- What is Alveolar Ridge Preservation
- More about Preservation techniques
- Procedure of Minimally Invasive Extraction
- Types of Bone Grafting
- Information on Repair Membranes
Prof. Bianca Rebello
DDS, MSc., Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon (Alvorada Hospital), Professor of Implantology – Neom, Sao Paulo – Brazil
Graduated in Dentistry from Universidade Paulista – UNIP-SP, Minor Oral Surgery advanced by USP-SP, Specialist in Maxillofacial Surgery by APCD-SA, Fellowship at Santo André Municipal Hospital in Maxillofacial Surgery, Member of the College of the Maxillofacial Surgery and professor of the postgraduate course in Implantology at Neom Sp.
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