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BMP, PRP, PRGF and PRF; At the Edge of Regenerative Surgery

Description:
Biological modifiers and growth factors are substances that the body produces naturally in response to injury or disease. The use of these substances in regenerative procedures has made hard and soft tissue regeneration more predictable while accelerating healing and decreasing patient morbidity. This webinar will review the wound healing process and the role that growth factors play in regeneration. BMP, PRP, PRF and PRGF will be reviewed and their clinical applications will be demonstrated. At the end of this webinar the participant will have a good understanding of the differences between these biological modifiers and their benefits.

Date Added:
12/1/2011

Author(s):

Avi Schetritt, DMD Avi Schetritt, DMD

Dr. Avi Schetritt is a board certified periodontist, a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and of the International Congress of Oral Implantologist. He compl...
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Questions & Comments
Bharathi Devi Myneni - (3/9/2016 9:09 AM)

great lecture!

BABAK ETEMADSHAHIDI - (3/6/2015 2:19 AM)

it's great video. I remember working with you at office in fourt louder dale in 2007

Paul Scholl - (1/20/2013 7:44 PM)

Thank you Avi for a wonderful presentation. What science is there to show that PRGF is better than PRF or PRP?

Curtis Brookover665 - (12/7/2011 12:41 AM)

Definitely I think Dr. Roukowski was correct in lecturing about the dangers of bovine thrombin, it deactivates many growth factors and it is dangerous to expose patients to it because the second exposure can be lethal for some patients as they may develop life threating allergies to it when surgeons reexpose pt's to it in internal bleeding circumstances. Why not just use PRP with out bovine thrombine to coagulate it? Isn't this pretty close to PRGF? Yes it is not coagulated but it can be added to grafts, etc. Thanks, Curtis

Maurice Salama - (12/5/2011 9:43 AM)

Tor; Try going to this link for more information that you are looking for http://www.bti-implant.us/centrifuged-prgf good luck Dr. Salama

Tor Gotun - (12/4/2011 3:23 PM)

I would like more information of centrifuges and other instrumentarium.

karim chaddad - (11/24/2011 9:00 PM)

Dr. SCHETRIT, thank you for this great presentation ;it was greatly appreciated for clear review of the different growth factors involved in the wound healing and their availability on the market. But, i would like to get your feedback on the PRF preparation by Dr Choukroum and the PRGF preparation by Dr Anitua. Obviously , it is still controversial in regard to the need for leucocytes and their cytokines release for wound healing. do you know if there is any study out there that compared both products ? or even have you seen in your daily practice any difference ? obviously, we need their great effect on soft tissue healing, promoting faster healing, reducing the risk of exposure and incision line opening thus protecting our bone graft, however have you seen any difference on bone healing ? and would do you consider using one over the other on a specific regeneration case? merci beaucoup pour cette presentation tres instructive.

AVI SCHETRITT - (11/23/2011 10:54 AM)

Cynthia. Thank you for your questions. 1. You can use PRGF without autogenous bone and get good results. 2. BTI has a website which provides a great deal of informatin on the system. You will find that the cost of disposables are very minimal with this system.

AVI SCHETRITT - (11/23/2011 10:48 AM)

Muzaffar: Thank you for watching the webinar and thank you for your kind comments.

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