Application of the Platelet Rich Fibrin and L-PRF Leucocytes Technique in Long-Standing Periapical and Periodontal Lesion Defects
Quevedo Bisonni M*, Sciaini Lewis V, Nuñez Otero M, Rodriguez K and Suárez JM
Oral Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
*Corresponding Author: Quevedo Bisonni M, Oral Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Received: July 27, 2021; Published: August 26, 2021
Long-standing periapical and periodontal lesions present a common biological sequence, progressive resorption and loss of alveolar bone around the affected tooth. In recent years there has been an enormous evolution in the key role that platelets play in tissue regeneration techniques, facilitating, among other actions, the healing of soft tissues and hard tissues thanks to the release of cytokines and growth factors over an extended period of time. Platelets rich in fibrin and leukocytes is a second generation platelet concentrate, which we obtain without additives directly from the patient's blood with the aim of establishing a fibrin mesh that serves as an anchor to all the substances involved in the tissue regeneration process.
Keywords: Platelet Rich Fibrin; L-PRF Leucocytes Technique; Periodontal Lesion Defects
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