Bone augmentation with PRF

Bone grafting is a surgical technique used to repair or replace missing bone tissue. In the case of a bone graft with PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin), the patient’s own blood is used to create a gel-like substance that contains growth factors and other components that can help to stimulate bone growth. This type of graft is often used in cases where the patient has suffered a traumatic injury or where the bone has been severely damaged. PRF bone grafts can help to improve the strength and stability of the bone, as well as to increase the rate of healing after surgery.