Bone grafting techniques offer a solution by inserting bone material into the compromised area of the jaw. This not only counteracts resorption but also readies the site for a future dental implant. This is particularly beneficial for individuals who lack the necessary bone density to securely anchor an implant.
Bone Grafting with Implants
Accelerate Healing With PRP and PRF
Why Utilize Platelet-Rich Fibrin?
PRF is a distinctive treatment option that enhances the body’s innate healing mechanisms. Platelets in the blood facilitate clotting and release growth factors, which speed up natural healing. By saturating the surgical site with a high concentration of platelets, the healing process is accelerated.
Patients who opt for PRF during their procedure can expect several advantages, such as:
– A safer procedure: Utilizing the patient’s own blood minimizes the use of foreign substances.
– Cost-effectiveness: Using the patient’s blood reduces the financial burden associated with donor materials.
– Convenience: PRF can be harvested at the same time as IV placement for sedation.
– Quicker recovery: Elevated levels of platelets and leukocytes contribute to faster tissue and bone healing, an attractive option for those with busy lifestyles.
During the initial consultation, all treatment options, including the use of PRF, will be discussed. Patients are encouraged to ask questions to make well-informed decisions regarding their oral health.