Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) or Leucocyte Platelet Rich Fibrin (L-PRF) is a second generation PRP where autologous platelets and leucocytes are present in a complex fibrin matrix to advance the healing of Soft and Hard Tissue. The growth factors are progressively released during seven to ten days thus explain predictable results with A-PRF, I-PRF methodology. (Commonly known as Choukroun’s A-PRF, L-PRF, I-PRF)Most Common Applications are: PRF certification Facial Aesthetics course
Socket Preservation, Sinus Lift, GBR, Implant Placement, Regenerative Endodontics, Periodontics, Extraction Treatments, Soft and Hard Tissue Grafting, Immediate Loading, Economical and Faster Healing, Oral Surgery and many more in every day dental procedures .
Xerxez Calilung will give this lecture at 8am thru Th
en from 1pm to 2pm will be Dr. Calilung work shop to inject Stem Cells Fr
om 2pm onwards till Sept 18, it will all be about PRF Lectures and workshops including facial Aesthetics.
Attendees will receive 8 hours CE for one day course and 16 hours CE for too days.Cl
assification of defectsBiologic principles of Guided Bone RegenerationOverview of biomaterials utilized in GBRSocket GraftingMembranes –
- Rationale and biologic basis of growth factors
- Biology of tissue healing
- Low-speed centrifugation to achieve more cytokines and growth factors
- Role of PRF in regenerating bone and soft tissue
- Injectable PRF (I-PRF)
PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) was first developed and invented in France by Dr. Joseph Choukroun in the field of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. why, when, where, and how to use them?Role of soft tissue in bone regenerationRidge augmentation using different biomaterialsRole of growth factors including BMP, PRF, L-PRF, and A-PRFGBR techniques in clinical practice: case discussionHands-on GBR with implant placement on models and pig jaws
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