L-PRF: a dream or the future of bone regeneration?

17 May 2019

In recent years, leucocyte- and platelet-rich fibrin (L-PRF) has emerged as a highly promising technique with many applications in periodontal therapy. It is being used successfully to repair periodontal bony defects, for ridge preservation, for sinus-floor elevation, and in implant surgery. A key advantage is that the material is completely autogenous, so the risks associated with allogenic products can be avoided. Two of the world's leading experts in this area, Marc Quirynen and Nelson Pinto, explain the biological properties and applications of L-PRF. Click on the image below to access the pdf of the issue featuring this article.

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