A consequence of tooth extraction is alveolar ridge resorption (bone loss). The rate of which may vary between sites and subjects. This may result in inadequate bone volume and unfavorable ridge architecture for future dental implant placement. Site preservation procedure involves placing bone graft into the socket immediately following tooth extraction to prevent resorption of bone which can cause significant problem in implant and restorative dentistry.

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