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Platelet Rich Fibrin - PRF - 2nd Generation of Platelet Rich Concentrates

Description:
In this very technical and scientific presentation, Dr. Joseph Choukroun, a physician and researcher from France, describes the benefits of Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) in wound healing. He emphasizes the effect of PRF on the two essential factors of wound healing which are new vessels and cells in surgical sites like Extraction sockets, sinus augmentation and more.

Date Added:
5/10/2011

Author(s):

Joseph Choukroun, MD Joseph Choukroun, MD
Name: CHOUKROUN First Name: Joseph
Date of Birth: 5 Novembre 1952


Diploma: Medicine 1979.
University of Montpellier, Fran...
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Questions & Comments
VERONICA CESPEDES - (8/26/2015 12:29 PM)

los videos tienen y cursos tienen traducción en español ?

Rafael Molina - (12/3/2014 12:21 AM)

How much time you have the membrane of prf in place for Regeracion, this replace a membrane like bioguide? For the time of the reabsocion? Thanks

saadou khalaf - (1/6/2013 8:15 AM)

merci beucoup pour cette grand presentation , elle ete tres informative et simple au meme temp .

Darrell French - (10/3/2012 7:24 PM)

Thank you for your presentation,, wanna ask a question dr choukroun ,, PRF may be used as a membrane instead of collagen membrans in guided tissue regeneration

Mark Neale - (9/24/2012 10:57 PM)

Thank you for your presentation. I look forward to seeing you October 19th in Atlanta during your presentation there. One question I have is the handling of the Fibrin membrane for a ridge augmentation for vertical height. Can the autograft PRF membrane be left partially exposed when used to cover particulate allograft bone or do the same rules apply for complete non tension tissue flap apposition as they do for all other types of allograft membranes? Will exposure of the PRF fibrin membrane lead to a dihessiance or the potential for increase infection and loss of allograft like that of other allograft membranes left exposed? Thanks- Mark

Joseph Choukroun - (7/11/2012 10:28 AM)

Ken, welcome in the community! you have several videos in the website www.processforprf.com Do not hesitate to ask us if you need more teaching. My pleasure to guide you.

Ken Miller - (6/28/2012 1:55 AM)

Bonjour Dr. Choukroun; two very informative videos. I have used PRP and got some improved healing with it several years ago. Then Thrombin was taken off the market in Canada. I understand and appreciate your detailed explanations of why L-PRF is the best & easiest autologous product to improve healing. I have purchased your kit from Dental XP and await with great anticipation to use it. Thank you for sharing your expertise with us. Merci, Ken.

Michael Fuentes - (5/23/2012 4:21 PM)

What centrifuge is best to use?

Sergey Nikitin - (10/12/2011 3:56 PM)

Dear Joseph Choukroun Could you explain me the protocol of preparetion of PRF, i mean the speed of centrifuge and the time of preparation. Bst regards.

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