Clinical evidence suggests using lateral and vertical ridge preservation procedures to make dental implant placement possible. This study evaluates and compares the radiographic and volumetric changes following ridge preservation procedures using either mineralized plasmatic matrix grafts (MPM) or bone grafts alone (non-MPM) in the existing crestal ridges of sockets in maxillary and mandibular regions using CBCT scans. Healthy volunteers (n = 26) were recruited and randomized into MPM and non- MPM groups (n = 13 patients per group). Ridge preservation (RP) was performed in sockets after extraction. Preoperative baseline vertical measurements (V1) were made from the existing highest level of the socket crestal ridges to a reference point in an apicocoronal direction. Similarly, baseline horizontal measurements (H1) were made in a buccolingual direction on CBCT scans. The measurements were repeated after 3 months (V2 and H2) and 6 months (V3 and H3) using the same reference points. Difference between V3 and V1 as well as H3 and H1 was used to assess the gains in height and width of the sockets after RP. No significant difference was found in the initial baseline V1 and H1 values in MPM and non-MPM groups. Median (Mdn) V2 and H2 scores were significantly different between MPM (Mdn = 18.91) and non-MPM groups (Mdn = 27.81) after 3 months of RP (U = 37, z = –6.302, P < .001). However, after 6 months of treatment, V3 and H3 scores were significantly different between the MPM (Mdn = 27.19) and the non-MPM group (Mdn = 37.81). MPM can be used as a valuable and predictable technique in obtaining bone fill in the maxillary and mandibular sockets with residual crestal ridges deemed necessary for RP in implant therapy.