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

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Joseph Choukroun, PRF, L-PRF, I-PRF, Growth Factors, bioactive modifiers, bone augmentation, facial rejuvenation, soft tissue enhancement

Date Added:
7/20/2016

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Joseph Choukroun, MD Joseph Choukroun, MD
Name: CHOUKROUN First Name: Joseph
Date of Birth: 5 Novembre 1952


Diploma: Medicine 1979.
University of Montpellier, Fran...
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Questions & Comments
Scott Kareth - (1/24/2020 12:14 PM)

Excellence!

Husam Issa - (3/25/2018 8:54 PM)

Excellent

Hennie Bothma - (4/4/2017 4:52 PM)

Great lecture- thank you One question- when you you apply I-PRF to your particulate graft, how long does the particulate graft stay solid? Does the graft stay in this stable form or does it become soft and particulated after a while?

David Koski Koski - (11/3/2016 10:37 PM)

Excellent!

Charles Habekost - (9/12/2016 12:21 AM)

Outstanding!

snjezana pohl - (8/13/2016 4:20 PM)

This lecture is a must for implantologists! Thank you Snjezana

Lova Razafindrakoto - (8/12/2016 11:00 PM)

Superbe présentation comme d'habitude, hâte de voir la suite....Amicalement, Lova

alper gultekin - (7/24/2016 9:47 AM)

Excellent presentation. What is the routine protocol for A-PRF, i-prf and new + regarding with rpm and spin time ?

jacques Benizri - (7/24/2016 3:45 AM)

Superbe , Merci joseph pour cette remise à jour des connaissances.

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