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Extractions: how to handle these to preserve bone?

Last Updated January 05, 2017
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

It is now an accepted fact that extraction of teeth will always lead to bone loss. In this 2-part video, Dr. Simon discusses what to do after an extraction, in order to preserve bone. He reviews a simple case that involves a molar that is fractured beyond repair, and where the only option is to extract and replace. He provides some incredible tips for this type of extraction, including determining the amount of walls. Leave any comments below.

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