PRF is the most advanced technology used by dentists, oral surgeons, dental implantologists, etc.
This procedure accelerates wound healing and renewal of bones.
PRF (platelet-rich fibrin; fibrin is insoluble blood protein responsible for coagulation) is a concentrate of platelets generating growth factors.
During the PRF procedure, blood is taken from the patient’s vein and individual blood components are separated in special centrifuge.
One of the blood’s components is fibrin. It is enriched by platelets. Platelets are adhesive, colourless blood cells that affect blood coagulation together with big amount of biologically active substances that induce wound healing, renewal of skin and bones, and formation of new blood vessels.
The concentrate received in such a way accelerates healing of wounds and renewal.
In order to accelerate wound healing, PRF may be applied for the following dental and oral surgical procedures:
- implanting, bone augmentation,
- alveoli filling after the tooth’s extraction,
- surgical treatment of periodontal diseases, treatment of gum tissues.