Platelet Rich Fibrin (P.R.F) for Skin Rejuvenation
Cristiano Bellico de Paiva
Instituto Sinergy, Brazil
: Dent Health Curr Res
Platelet rich fibrin (PRF) is a fibrin framework in which platelet cytokines, development variables, and cells are caught and might be discharged after a specific time and that can fill in as a resorbable film. Choukroun and his partners were among the pioneers for utilizing PRF convention in oral and maxillofacial surgery to enhance bone mending in embed dentistry. Autologous PRF is thought to be a mending biomaterial, and by and by, contemplates have demonstrated its application in different orders of dentistry and skin rejuvenation. Tissue engineering has emerged at the intersection of numerous disciplines to meet a global clinical need for technologies to promote the regeneration of tissues. In this presentation, we discuss the use of PRF in Skin Rejuvenation and its applicability in facial aesthetics. He will show some techniques for melasmas, acne scars, filling the nasogenian fold, temples and dark circles besides the use to improve the aged look of facial skin.
Dr. Paiva is a Doctor of Dental Surgery, specialized in Implatology, Forensic Dentist and Prosthetic Dentist. He has also a course in oral microsurgery, laser therapy, MBA in Marketing and several courses in the area of facial aesthetics. A few years ago he started studying aesthetics and facial function, with the concept of Orofacial harmonization. The intention was to provide the best for his patients because quite often when finishing a complete oral rehabilitation, he could notice the disharmony between the facial structures of the maxillofacial complex. With this new philosophy of work, he began to incorporate esthetic treatments of facial rejuvenation in his clinic. He uses in his daily routine Hyaluronic Acid, PDO wires (polydoxynone), Botulinum Toxin, and Platelet Rich Fibrin. He developed the approach called 5 steps concept, which is a globalized concept of facial rejuvenation.