Extraction socket grafting

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There appears to be various systems to fill extraction sockets after routine extractions to perserve the ridge height for possible implant placement in the future. What are the recommended system or materials that are simple, succesful and practical for most patients?
In Short what material or technique gives you the best bone for implant placement?

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I have been using Geistlich's Bio-oss Collagen for more than 2 years now for socket preservation (5-walls sockets) and it does work for me. I tend to wait about 3 months after the procedure. It preserves the bulk of gingival tissue nicely and preserves the socket's walls from collapsing.


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simply you can use prf as a routine socket preservation it is costless and auto-genus material so there is no body reaction and healing well.


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