Immediate implants are defined as "the placement of dental implant immediately into fresh extraction socket site after tooth extraction"

In addition,with immediate implant placement there is minimal use of surgical drills because the socket is already found except for slight increase of the socket length in an attempt to improve primary stability.


First of all, broken tooth is removed very carefully so that bone & the tooth socket is not damaged. It will become the receptor site for the dental implant. if any bone walls of the socket is damaged or lost, it could lead to unsightly gum recession or the possibility of having to end the procedure rather than risk a poor result.

Secondly, it is critical to place the implant so that it is stable & non-movable in the bone. The bone around an implant heals by fusing to the implants specialized titanium surface by a process called Osseointegration