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Is There One or More Reasons to Optimize the PRF & PRP Protocols? Future Trends in Dentistry, Orthopedics and Facial Aesthetics Is There One or More Reasons to Optimize the PRF & PRP Protocols? Future Trends in Dentistry, Orthopedics and Facial Aesthetics

Continuing Education Credits:

1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):

Joseph Choukroun, MD

Date Added:

06/25/2016

Course Description:

After 20 years of using bio-active factors, we are at the time of protocols update. It’s obvious that we need more inflammatory cells and stems cells for regenerative therapy. It’s the scientific basis of the introduction of the “Low Speed Concept”. The new Blood Concentrates shall allow us to use a better and more powerful product: platelets and fibrin with high concentration of leukocytes and mesenchymal stem cells, which can be used simply in a medical or dental office. The “Advanced” PRF (A-PRF) and “Injectable” PRF (I-PRF) protocols were designed with this new concept. Indications are numerous in all medical fields where we need regeneration: bone, cartilage, skin etc... However, the use of growth factors is not a guarantee of long term stability, as they are active only at the beginning of the process. Numerous rules of tissue engineering have to be applied to maintain the regenerated bone through an adequate blood supply: this lecture is an enlightenment on the biological and mechanical conditions for long term stability of the bone: “grafted bone” or “bone around implants”.

Learning Objectives:

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Is There One or More Reasons to Optimize the PRF & PRP Protocols? Future Trends in Dentistry, Orthopedics and Facial Aesthetics
Joseph Choukroun, PRF, L-PRF, I-PRF, Growth Factors, bioactive modifiers, bone augmentation, facial rejuvenation, soft tissue enhancement
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