The main difficulty due to the use of standard implants is their insertion in the wide postextractive alveolus, resulting too narrow in the majority of cases.
In effect, if we wait for the complete recovery of the post-extractive site, we notice an important contraction of the alveolar bone volume, which can suffer from a resorption up to 40% *.
In order to restore the missing element, standard implants must be employed, which, from the biomechanical point of view do not represent the best choice. By following this therapeutical approach, the patient must undergo two surgeries: the extraction and, after 4 / 5 months, the insertion of an implant.
The consequences of an approach of this kind are prosthetic rehabilitations which do not satisfy the biomechanical and anatomical needs of the implantology site. With the ULTRA post-extractive approach is possible to treat the patient with a single surgery, during which the extraction and the insertion of the ultra implant are performed, and, after 4 months, there is the finalization of the case.