The three-layer technique for immediate implants on teeth without a buccal bone wall: a case report


Autumn 2018 | David González, Gustavo Cabello, Gema Olmos, Emilia López Hernández, Carlos L Niñoles

The buccal bone wall is the part of the socket of an anterior tooth that is most susceptible to resorption. Immediate implants offer advantages in terms of time, comfort, and esthetics, especially regarding the maintenance of the papillae architecture.