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Ridge Maintenance after Tooth Removal: A Systematic Review

Philip Miller

Ridge maintenance procedures have become an integral aspect of modern dentistry to ensure the preservation of alveolar ridge structure after tooth removal. This systematic review aims to provide an in-depth analysis of various ridge maintenance techniques, their effectiveness, and the key factors influencing the outcomes. The review highlights the importance of ridge preservation and offers insights into the current state of the art in this field.

The use of L-PRF reduced the magnitude of both the horizontal and vertical crestal bone resorption; however, the low sample size created wide standard deviations between the test and control groups. Inherent weaknesses were present in both studies. Through methodical analysis of both records, the dissimilarities prevented the conduction of a meta-analysis.  Within the limitations of this systematic review, L-PRF reduced the magnitude of vertical and horizontal bone resorption, which places L-PRF as a potential material of choice for ridge preservation procedures.  Within the limitations and weaknesses of both studies, the use of DBB/CF prevented the vertical crestal bone resorption while the L-PRF prevented both the horizontal and vertical crestal bone resorption. More randomized controlled clinical trials are needed to eliminate all the confounding factors, which bias the outcome of ridge preservation techniques.