Platelet Rich Plasma

 One of the latest technological advancements capitalizes on our body’s natural growth factors to speed up the healing process – something we can take advantage of after dental procedures! Our office has invested in the latest technology to harvest, process, and concentrate blood into platelet-rich plasma (PRP). We use this at our operative sites to make treatments much more effective.

What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?

Platelet-rich plasma is a concentrate of your platelets used in regenerative medicine. Platelets are responsible for forming blood clots and transporting proteins to regenerate injured tissues. After surgery, your body sends these cells to the operated area during the healing process. Platelet-rich plasma allows us to add higher amounts of these growth factors, making more stem cells activate and produce new tissue faster.

Why Choose Us for PRP Therapy?

PRP allows us to accelerate the typical healing process, and our team creates it under strict conditions while our patients are in outpatient surgery. We also use only a small amount of blood to make treatment more cost-effective for patients. Since PRP is created from the patient’s own blood, they don’t have to worry about disease transmission.

Treatments Where You Can Use PRP Therapy

We use PRP to help speed up the healing process in several dental treatments, such as:

Want to See How Platelet Rich Plasma Can Help You Heal Better?

Our goal is always to improve surgical techniques and give our patients outstanding results. We encourage you to discuss platelet-rich plasma therapy to go along with your oral surgery. Give us a call if you have any additional questions!

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