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Current Concepts for the Preservation of the Post-Extraction Alveolar Ridge

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Different techniques have been presented in literature in order to preserve the post-extraction site; including the use of barrier membranes, tri-dimensional matrix and bone fillers. An “open-healing” approach is nowadays commonly used, combining a proper management of soft tissues with biological integration of biomaterials. Once hard tissue has been successfully augmented, an adequate soft tissue thickness becomes mandatory in order to create healthy and stable peri-implant tissues. An innovative volume-stable collagen matrix provides the opportunity to treat soft tissue defects around implants as an alternative to connective tissue graft.

Date Added:
7/21/2021

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Daniele Cardaropoli, DDS Daniele Cardaropoli, DDS
Doctor in Dentistry (graduated cum laude) and Certificate in Periodontology at the University of Torino Dental School, Italy. He is an active member of the Italian Society of ...
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Questions & Comments
FARHAN DURRANI492 - (8/13/2019 9:27 PM)

Wonderful Presentation dr cardorpoli New bone formation in all cases are excellent .the concepts stated stepwise were beautifully explained. Thank you

James Vu - (9/25/2018 4:40 PM)

Thank you for the great video! Just a quick question, what is the 'gel' rich in hyaluronic acid that the patient applies on the grafting site daily? Can I get that in the US, if so what is it called? Thank you.

Michel Azer - (9/18/2018 6:27 AM)

World Class presentation and concept review! Thank you Dr. Cardaropoli

Wael Roumani - (9/16/2018 2:45 PM)

Thanks for the presentation. I have a question. Question : Since bovine bone takes more than 4 months to turnover, would it be be better to place an allograft vs a xenograft for socket preservation so that when you prepare your osteotomy for the implant you have less bone that has not turned over? Same for ridge augmentation procedures...finally if healing is by secondary intention then you will need a membrane that will not resorb quickly so that would mean a long lasting collagen membrane vs a fast resorbing one. Is this correct?

Omid Moghaddas - (9/15/2018 6:20 AM)

really like the step by step presentation from basic concepts to techniques and comprehensive conclusions.tnx so much DANIELLE

Maurice Salama - (9/14/2018 3:39 PM)

This one is a can't miss presentation in current scientifically valid concepts related to tooth replacement. Thnx Maurice

henry salama - (9/14/2018 3:36 PM)

As always Daniele, just a fantastic presentation laying out the biological and clinical foundation to predictably manage extraction sites and minimize the modeling and remodeling that often challenge clinicians in managing subsequent restorative endeavors. Thanks again Daniele. Great having you in the Dentalxp community.

Mario Marcone - (9/12/2018 6:31 PM)

Dr Cardaropoli, very nicely presented overview and summary based on scientific evidence. If I may, would like to clarify the following. When you refer to DBBM, you call it de-mineralized bovine bone mineral, when in fact you should be calling it de-proteinized bovine bone mineral. This is a mistake I see often in presentations and in literature. Thank-you again!

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