We’re happy to be able to provide our patients with cutting-edge technology with regard to healing. For most dental surgeries, a blood sample is taken and put into a centrifuge in order to get a clot of fibrin rich in platelets. This clot is called Platelet-rich Fibrin or “PRF,” and will gradually and constantly release growth factors. The expected objective of this clot is to accelerate scarification of the mucous membrane and of bone.
Many international publications are available showing the effectiveness of PRF in oral surgery (implants, bone grafts, periodontal surgery, extractions, etc.) as well as in orthopedic, aesthetic and dermatological surgery. Today, PRF is present and recognized all over the world.