The platelet-rich fibrin acts as a blood clot and barrier membrane, where the blood clot must first be stabilized, and a barrier must be created. The L-PRF membrane is compatible with the host tissue and does not interfere with the natural healing process.
Contemporary Dental Care uses PRF to build collagen, also used as a filler to tighten tissue.
PRF is placed directly into the tooth extraction site and implant site. Without the PRF, dental extractions sites are commonly left to heal open. When PRF is identified in the extraction site, the PRF protects the site from infection and enriches the area with proteins that accelerate the healing process.
PRF is all natural and comes from your body!