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Gain of keratinised tissue around implants

Gain of keratinised tissue around implants

What is Keratinized Tissue Keratinized tissue, also known as keratinized mucosa, refers to the band of tissue surrounding teeth. The keratinized tissue in the mouth holds teeth in place and protects the roots. The word "keratinized" is used to describe cells that...

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Soft Tissue Replacement Materials

Soft Tissue Replacement Materials

Autogenous soft tissue grafts, such as free gingival graft or connective tissue grafts, have been shown successful for increasing the width of keratinized tissue at dental implants.  Vestibuloplasty is a frequently used technique to increase the width of the...

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Sticky Bone – Use in Implant Dentistry

Sticky Bone – Use in Implant Dentistry

Platelet Rich Fibrin is used in Oral & Maxillofacial surgery and in Implant dentistry to aid healing. PRF is a living tissue which provides a collection of immune cells embedded in a meshwork of cross linked fibrin filled with growth factors. PRF made from...

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Applications for Platelet Rich Fibrin in Dental Implantology

Applications for Platelet Rich Fibrin in Dental Implantology

Platelet Rich Fibrin is a blood clot prepared without anticoagulants or artificial additives, that is rich in growth factors, platelets, and cytokines. PRF facilitates new blood vessel formation, tissue regeneration, healing and stimulation of bone growth.  Using PRF...

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PRF use in dental implantology

PRF use in dental implantology

PRF in dental implantology - how to utilise it PRF in dental implantology helps achieving accelerated healing and regeneration of bone and soft tissue and new blood vessel formation which are the fundamentals of successful dental implant treatment. It...

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PRF in dentistry, benefits of using PRF in dental surgery

PRF in dentistry, benefits of using PRF in dental surgery

How can we use PRF in dentistry PRF is increasingly being used in dentistry worldwide by clinicians in procedures like dental surgery, extraction, dental implantology, periodontal regeneration, bone grafting. PRF is an autologous fibrin-based living biomaterial,...

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Use of PRF membranes in dental surgery

Use of PRF membranes in dental surgery

A PRF membrane is a blood clot prepared from patient's blood in a clinically usable form that is rich in cells and growth factors and acts as a natural bioactive barrier, allowing interaction with the tissues below and above it. This interaction with tissues...

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PRF vs PRP. Which one is better?

PRF vs PRP. Which one is better?

PRF vs PRP. Which one is better? One of the most common question when it comes to accelerated soft and hard tissue healing boosters. The short answer is PRF. If you would like to find out why, keep reading this article.   Advantages that shows to PRF...

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Use of PRF in dentistry: clot, membrane, plug, liquid

Use of PRF in dentistry: clot, membrane, plug, liquid

How can we utilise PRF in dentistry? PRF has a wide variety of use in dental surgery, dental extraction, dental implantology, periodontal regeneration, bone grafting. PRF is an autologous fibrin-based living biomaterial, derived from human blood. PRF accelerates soft...

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