Periodontal Surgery

Concentrated Growth Factors

Utilizing a small sample of the patient’s own blood, this therapy can enhance hard and soft tissue grafting procedures. Not only does the treatment reduce healing times, but it also decreases pain and swelling and improves overall patient experience with optimal treatment outcome. This innovative technology has been used in dentistry for over ten years with much success. PRF treatments have been used in areas other than dentistry as well. The treatments have received significant press in the sports medicine field, but are also prevalent in other parts of the medical world.

A second-generation form of blood-derived growth factor technology, advanced Platelet Rich Fibrin involves the creation of a thin, durable layer of platelet-rich fibrin. The proteins in the fibrin encourage swifter healing and wound closing and reduce the likelihood of infection. They are also particularly helpful in cases of multiple recession defects. Advanced PRF has a number of applications for periodontal and oral surgery including bone defects grafting, extractions, sinus lifts, gum grafts and more.