Utilisation of PRF in implantology
Bone grafting procedures in implant dentistry are a common necessity. The literature and data from the Australian Dental Implant Registry shows that approximately 70 to 90% of dental implant procedures require some form of bone grafting. The use of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF)-related products has been shown to improve bone graft material handling, decrease costs and improve both hard and soft tissue healing.
- Utilisation of PRF in implant-related procedures
- Scientific background of PRF
- Anatomy associated with venipuncture
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