PRF: Faster Healing of Soft Tissue

This is a case we managed about 9 months ago. #6, #8 unrestorable due to severe root decay. We managed to do a Partial Extraction therapy on one site but not the other (tooth had too deep of a decay below crest of the bone). Patient had an existing implant that was failing at site #7. We removed implant #7, #6, and #8. Used "sticky" bone (iPRF mixed with Allograft and APRF), covered site with PTFE (tacked down), released tissue as much as possible, and covered area with A-PRF. This case had great results and healed very fast. Patient had Implants placed at #6, #8 and now waiting to restore as a 3 unit implant bridge. I feel using PRF in these surgical cases and in immediate cases (or for any graft for that matter), really helps improve healing and reduce the occurrence of infection and failure.

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This is a case we managed about 9 months ago. #6, #8 unrestorable due to severe root decay. We managed to do a Partial Extraction therapy on one site but not the other.

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