Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) | Delran & Lumberton NJ
The concept of PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) is based on the centrifugation of whole blood without anticoagulants. Blood is drawn from the patient and then placed in a centrifuge. At the end of the process a fibrin clot containing platelets and white blood cells is obtained. This fibrin clot is called Platelet Rich Fibrin or PRF. It contains growth factors which will release gradually in the site where it is placed. The objective of the growth factors is to accelerate bone and soft tissue healing.