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Module 10 –Advanced Implant Periodontics (Hard and Soft Tissue Management) (PART II)


  • Wound healing, to understand steps during healing process


  • PRP has good feedback in dermatological field, to understand why

  • Second generation PRF Chuckron PRF

  • PRF, contains a number of growth factors found in human blood centrifuged to reach supra-physiological doses that assist in tissue regeneration

  • It significantly decreases the rate of infection up to 10 fold, especially following molar extractions and prior/during implant placement

  • Patients report less morbidity, swelling and use of analgesics following regeneration with PRF

  • In many clinical indications, may be used alone to replace the high costs associated with bone grafts, connective tissue grafts, and/or barrier membranes, but there is still big debate

  • 3rd generation Mineralized Plasmatc Matrix MPM, sticky bone, several articles with good bone augmentation outcome

  • Different protocols, different tubes

  • 3rd generation has the best feedback in clinical outcome

Course Objective:

Biology of wound healing

  • Platelet concentrates

  • Growth factors: biology and physiology, mechanisms of action ​

  • Composition and influence on tissue healing


Biology of Platelets Rich Fibrin (PRF)

  • Use of PRF in oral surgery and periodontology

  • Liquid PRF: PRF that may be injected or combined with biomaterials​

  • PRF as a “matrix” in soft tissue management: protocols, clinical results

  • PRF as a “matrix” in bone augmentation: protocols, clinical results​

·Biology of MPM

  • Clinical application and protocol of 3rd generation (MPM)

Course Duration (Days): 2 Days

Language: English

Total Points: 20 CE

  • 16 CE (2 days per 8 hours)

  • 1 CE (Hands on training – phlebotomy technique)

  • 1 CE (Case Discussions)

  • 2 CE (Review and Session Exam)

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