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Accelerated Healing in Enniskillen

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Accelerated Healing Following an Oral Surgery Procedure

Many dental procedures such as dental implants, tooth extractions and bone grafting can be invasive treatments that can require extended recovery periods. At Belmore Dental Implant Clinic, we can use PRGF Accelerated healing systems to minimise these recovery periods and help speed up the healing process.

What is PRGF?

PRGF stands for 'Plasma Rich in Growth Factors'. This cutting-edge treatment uses a small sample of the patient's blood from which we can extract proteins, also known as growth factors, using a special machine. These growth factors are then applied to an area where healing or regeneration of the tissue is required, helping to speed up the bodies natural healing process.

Many patients are put off the idea of proceeding with dental treatments they require as they worry about the recovery time following a procedure, fearing that they will be unable to eat or talk properly and be left in discomfort. The use of PRGF means that we are able to provide these treatments while giving you the comfort of knowing that your recovery will cause minimal disruption to your normal routine and offer you a more comfortable post-treatment phase.

Recovery time and the bodies healing process can be sped up considerably following a surgical procedure when PRGF is used. This in turn helps to reduce the risk of infection and other post-surgical complications. Using PRGF will guarantee a noticeable improvement, minimising pain and improving the speed at which healing occurs.

Benefits of PRGF Following Oral Surgery:

  • Improved speed of wound healing
  • Decreased occurrence of pain and inflammation
  • 100% biocompatible as it is sourced from your own body
  • Versatile for different situations and completely safe
  • Regeneration of bone in an extraction site
  • Regeneration of bone levels surrounding a dental implant
  • Increased success rate and integration of dental implants
  • Regeneration of tissue in grafting procedures
  • Regeneration of an area following the removal of a cyst
  • Regeneration of bone in bony defects