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Optimizing Wound Healing with PRF

Last Updated September 08, 2016
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is a second generation platelet concentrate, rich in growth factors, that has been considered to be an important, easy to obtain, predictable surgical additive for many dental regeneration procedures. In these two quick videos, you will get a short introduction to the Platelet- Rich Fibrin (PRF) process.
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> ### Additional Reading on PRF > > [![prf-membrane](]( the past decade, the use of platelet rich fibrin (PRF) has gained tremendous momentum in regenerative dentistry as a low-cost fibrin matrix utilized for tissue regeneration. We have had some great dissusions on OsseoNews in the past, about PRF. You can find a selection of some of the more popular posts on PRF below. > > - [PRF for socket preservation?]( > - [Applications for in office obtained PRF clot and/or PRP?]( > - [Using PRF as a scaffold for bone regeneration: thoughts?]( > - [PRF vs. PRP: Which is preferable?]( > - [How to prepare I-PRF?](

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