Socket Preservation In a Type II Socket

Last Updated September 15, 2017
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

This video shows a case where a ridge preservation is performed in a type II socket. A porcine collagen Membrane is prepared with an “ice cone” shape and placed buccally. Then the socket is filled with bovine granules and then sutured.

[![](https://osseonews.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/neomem-drap-150x150.png)](https://www.ddsgadget.com/neomem-flexplus-collagen-membrane.html)Our [Neomem FlexPlus collagen membrane](https://www.ddsgadget.com/neomem-flexplus-collagen-membrane.html) compares to BioGide® 1, and has several distinct advantages over BioGide®. Our [bioXen Bovine Cancellous Bone Granules](https://www.ddsgadget.com/bovine-cancellous-bone-granules-small-particle-25-1mm.html) compares to BioOss® 1
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