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Odontología regenerativa y rejuvenecimiento facial. El papel esencial de los factores de crecimiento PRGF- Endoret

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El potencial de plasma rico en factores de crecimiento PRGF-Endoret es una técnica ampliamente documentada en diferentes campos de la medicina para la regeneración de tejidos, minimizar el dolor y la inflamación derivadas de una intervención quirúrgica. En esta presentación discutiremos el potencial de esta tecnología endogena en el tratamiento de alveolos post-extracción y para el rejuvenecimiento facial en el area peri-oral.

Date Added:
5/21/2013

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Eduardo Anitua, MD, DDS, PhD Eduardo Anitua, MD, DDS, PhD
Eduardo Anitua received M.D. in medicine and surgery at the University of Salamanca. He is specialist in Stomatology by the University of the Basque Country (Bilbao, Spain), c...
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Questions & Comments
Mario Marcone - (5/27/2013 9:24 PM)

Thank you Dr Anitua for this very interesting & intruiging presentation. The PRGF product looks VERY attractive. However, I have several comments and questions, and respectfully I will ask you to be patient with my direct comments and questions ... 1- You state, but you do not explain why and how, PRGF has bacteriostatic properties. 2- You state that leucocytes do not have bacteriostatic properties, and you imply that, along with the red blood cells,they play no role in the in the growth factor story. Intuitively, I ask, is it not the role of a leucocyte in the human body to defend against disease-causing micro-organisms, and, therefore, it must be involved somehow in the growth factor stimulative mechanisms. Can you please explain how can such an important cell be totally useless according to your protocol, and how you have arrived at such a conclusion. 3- You state that PRGF is 100% autologous. I have examined the PRGF protocol carefully, and it involves, like in the PRP protocol, the addition of anti-coagulants initially, followed by other agents to reverse the anti-coagulant effect. As a result, I do not really agree that the PRGF protocol is 100% autologous, AND, therefore not 100% biological nor anywhere near physiological. A natural blood clot has no additives. Also, what effect do these additives have on the natural components of the blood we are manipulating? 4- You talk about irrigating infected sockets with antibiotic ... which antibiotic are you referring to? 5- How do you compare the PRGF protocol to other very different growth factor protocols available today, such as CGF (Concentrated Growth Factors, from Italy) and Choukroun's PRF (Platelelet Rich fibrin, France, where the leukocyte content is considered to be a very major component of the growth factor mechanisms. Also, the PRGF protocol appears to be a very elaborate and time-consuming procedure. I need to have this clarified because it is a very distinct difference. 6- I am very skeptical, and so I need to ask ... Have your scientific findings been replicated by other research centers around the world, besides your own in Spain, as all the article references you made in this presentation have you as principle author. If so, can you please let us know. Are you the sole owner, publisher, and advertiser of PRGF ? 7- Dr Anitua, thank you and I look forward to your response. Once again, I wish to congratulate you on your awesome work and contributions.

Rene Rebeil - (5/26/2013 5:47 PM)

Eduardo,excelente presentación, pero mucho más impresionante es verte trabajando en tu clínica. Muchísimas gracias por tus trabajos,tu esfuerzo y resultados de investigación que tanto han enaltecido a la medicina y odontología . Dr. Rene Rebeil.

Band Ditto64 - (5/26/2013 2:39 PM)

Dr. Anitua; Many thanks for your impressive lecture on Biologics and Growth Factors. Is the protocol different for Facial Rejuvenation procedures? If so, in what way? Can we perform these facial procedures in the USA? Thanks Band

tareq rashdan - (5/25/2013 6:48 PM)

Amazing work. Tareq

Charles Schwimer - (5/23/2013 2:05 PM)

Just Brilliant.Thank you for developing sharing this technology.Truly work to be proud of. Chuck

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