PRF in Dental Practice – SYDNEY – August 2023
PRF In The Dental Practice – Dr. Cleopatra Nacopoulos is a 1-day course on PRF in Oral Surgery and Implantology.
Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is a second-generation blood concentrate, derived from human peripheral blood, capable of stimulating tissue regeneration. A solid and liquid PRF-based matrix can be obtained by centrifugation in accordance with specific centrifugation protocols such as the Low-Speed Centrifugation Protocol, without the addition of anticoagulants or external chemicals. It contains a greater number of leukocytes, growth factors, and stem cells compared with PRP. In periodontology and oral surgery, PRF-based matrices are used in order to promote soft and hard tissue healing. The wound healing benefits of platelet-rich fibrin preparations together with the low-risk profile and disposability of a simple preparation procedure should encourage more clinicians to incorporate PRF as a treatment option in their practice to accelerate healing, reduce adverse events, and improve patient outcomes.
Prof. CLEOPATRA NACOPOULOS DDS, MSc (oral biology), MSc (periodontology), MSc (aesthetic medicine), PhD.
Inventor of Cleopatra Technique TM. Periodontology, Implantology and Aesthetic MedicineBSc, DDS, MSc (oral biology), MSc (periodontology), MSc (medical aesthetics), PhD
Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour
61 Macquarie Street,
East Circular Quay,
Sydney NSW 2000
Date: Wednesday 19/08/2023
Time: 9:00am – 5.00pm
Registration – 8.30am