Mihaela Mitrea, Edlibi Al Hage Walid, Razvan Radu Maxim, Simona Alice Partene Vicoleanu, Niculescu Simona, Horatiu Alin Nedelcu, Irina Jemnoschi Hreniuc, Marius Constantin Moraru, Laurian Lucian Francu, Cristinel Stan, Angela Tecuceanu, Claudia Florea, Norina Consuela Forna, Vlad Danila
Teeth can be lost from the arch due to various causes, periodontal disease, untreted tooth decay, periapical processes or traumatic processes. To replace missing teeth, dental implants offer an excellent treatment option with demonstrated short and long-term predictable outcomes. In recent years, immediate or early implant placement after tooth extraction has becoming more common. The present study focuses on the clinical outcome of implant palcement after tooth extraction. Understanding the hard and soft tissue changes of post-extraction sockets and the contion of the anatomy of the future implant site is essential for clinicians in deciding when and where future implants should be placed.