Updates in Platelet Rich Fibrin 13.08.2020

Updates in Platelet Rich Fibrin 13.08.2020

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Updates in Platelet Rich Fibrin 13.08.2020

Biological Background to Clinical Applications

Lecture by Dr. Richard Miron   13.08.2020, Copenhagen, Denmark   Over the past 10 years, platelet rich fibrin (PRF) has seen a steady increase in utilization for a variety of medical procedures due to its lack of anti-coagulation factors favoring fibrin clot formation and faster wound healing.   New protocols with significant higher yield More recently, further research has demonstrated that horizontal centrifugation of PRF (BioPRF) additionally favors wound healing by incorporating higher populations of white blood cells and progenitor cells within the PRF fibrin matrix leading to higher growth factor release within the local micro-environment.   New Findings provide 10 fold increases Parallel to these findings, the development of a liquid concentrated version of PRF (C-PRF provides a new formulation of liquid PRF with up to 10 fold increases in PRF when compared to standard injectable i-PRF protocols. Overview recent advancements This course aims to highlight the recent advancements made with respect to the newest formulations of platelet concentrates and systematically presents when, where and why specific platelet concentrates may be utilized to further speed wound healing and tissue regeneration for various clinical indications faced in routine daily dental practice.   Bio-Heat technology It will also introduce the Bio-Heat technology in which PRF membrane resorption properties can be extended from standard 2-3 week working times to 4-6 months.   See the full program here

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