Understanding Platelet Rich Fibrin:

From Biological Background to

Clinical Indications

by: Dr. Richard Miron

PRF is an advanced healing biomaterial that is being used in dental and facial aesthetic procedures. Its primary benefits are:

  1. Enhanced Healing: Accelerates wound healing and tissue regeneration.

  2. Aesthetic Improvements: Supports minimally invasive esthetic procedures with natural results.

  3. Versatility: Applied in dental implants, periodontal therapy, and facial rejuvenation.

Dr. Miron’s presentation at the Airway Study Club will provide an insightful overview on Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) and its groundbreaking role in both dentistry and facial esthetics. He will discuss PRF’s significant impact on healing processes, clinical applications, and aesthetic treatments.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  1. The Science of PRF: How it taps into the body’s natural healing mechanisms, enhancing tissue regeneration and wound healing through a concentrated release of growth factors.

  2. Technological Advances: How innovations in PRF preparation, such as improved centrifugation methods, enhance its efficacy and application in clinical settings.

  3. Bio-Heat and Bio-Cool Technologies: Why these technologies modify PRF’s physical properties, extending its application window and therapeutic benefits.

  4. Clinical Applications: Why PRF is increasingly used in dental implants, periodontal therapy, and facial rejuvenation, offering improved patient outcomes.

This session will not only provide valuable knowledge but also inspire participants to explore the full potential of PRF in their practice.

Date & Time

Thursday, Sep 26th

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM


100% DeAgave
975 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203


A Dinner will be provided.

CE Credits

2 Hour CE Credits

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