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Immediate implant placement into posterior sockets with or without buccal bone dehiscence defects: A retrospective cohort study

ConclusionsWithin the limitations of this study, flapless implant placement into compromised sockets in combination with DBBM grafting may be a viable technique to reconstitute the defected buccal bone plates due to space maintenance and primary socket closure provided by healing abutments and bone grafts.Clinical significanceImmediate implants and DBBM grafting without using membranes may be indicated for sockets with buccal bone defects. (Source: Dental Technology Blog)

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