Aesthetic (PRP) therapy in Dentistry
by Dr.Eugene Zadorin.PhD
Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is a by-product of blood that is exceptionally rich in platelets. PRP has long been used in hospitals to accelerate the body’s own healing process, but it is only fairly recently that advances in technology have allowed this same technique to be used in the dental office.
10.00-11.00 Innovation in Healthcare: Why PRP and PRF are Beneficial
11.15 -12.00 Use of autologous platelet rich plasma to treat gingival recession in esthetic periodontal surgery
13.00-14.00 PRP Regeneration of bone around dental implants
14.15-15.00 PRP osseointegration of dental implants
15.0-16.00 PRP wound healing
10.00-11.00 Bone Grafting For Implants – closure of a cleft lip and cleft palate deformities, sinus lifts, ridge augmentation, and both inlay and onlay grafts
11.15 -12.00 Bone Repair – PRP can be used in facial trauma reconstruction, repairing of defects due to tooth removal, or the removal of growths and cysts.
13.00-14.00 Fistula Repair – repair of fistulas between the mouth and the sinus cavity.
14.15-15.00 Reasons for platelet rich plasma treatment
15.0-16.00 Infection Risks. Safety and Convenience