Healing accelerated with Plasma Rich Growth Factors
When you visit the dentist, you may expect to hear terms such as “filling” or “cavity,” but Plasma Rich Growth Factors may sound more like something you would hear in a high-tech laboratory. Not when you visit Go Natural Dentistry. Biological dentist, Dr. Yolanda Cintron, uses Plasma Rich Growth Factors to expedite healing for her patients from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and other areas.
What are Plasma Rich Growth Factors?
We are pleased to be at the forefront of biological dentistry. It is important to us that our patients receive the highest standard of care for their teeth and gums, because oral health affects the rest of the body. Plasma Rich Growth Factors, or PRGF, has been an impressive development in modern dentistry.
PRGF are important proteins that are released in the body when an injury has occurred. Their role is to heal the wound by stimulating the regeneration of healthy tissue. Scientists have discovered it is possible to isolate these proteins from the blood. The application of a therapeutic dose of PRGF can accomplish a number of goals. These include:
- Optimal bone growth around dental implants
- Healthy regeneration of bone tissue at extraction and implant sites
- Accelerated healing after dental treatments
- Conservative treatment using patients’ own blood carries a lower risk of rejection and infection
Techniques involving PRGF are currently used across multiple fields of medicine, including dermatology, plastic and general surgery, and burn treatment. In dentistry, Plasma Rich Growth Factors are significant in oral and maxillofacial surgery.
How it works
If PRGF is warranted for your dental procedure, we will begin by drawing a small amount of blood. The sample is spun in a centrifuge, which separates the growth factors we need from the rest of the blood. At the conclusion of your treatment, Plasma Rich Growth Factors are applied into the area where bone or tissue healing will take place.
The entire process of including Plasma Rich Growth Factors into dental treatment is very simple, but elicits an extraordinary healing response that shortens your recovery.
We appreciate your interest in biological dentistry in Fort Lauderdale, and are happy to answer your questions. Call (855) 381-6001 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Cintron.« Back to Home Page