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Fri. Dec 11 1:00 PM, EST

Biologics of Ceramic Grafting Materials used in Conjunction with PRP/APRF


Module 10:
Dr. Richard Miron, DDS, PhD

Biologics of Ceramic Grafting Materials used in Conjunction with PRP/APRF

  • Initial remodeling with less of an inflammatory response versus allogenic material
  • Ceramic materials with ability to create enhanced bone formation by stimulation of growth factor enhancement
  • Localized delivery of autologous growth factors to the initial wound healing / bone regeneration site
  • Creating an autologous platelet rich fibrin membrane to enhance the ceramic materials handling characteristics
  • Resorbing and non-resorbing ceramic grafting materials
  • Comparison of ceramic grafting materials available and their benefits versus allogenic material

Dr. Richard Miron, DDS, PhD

Dr. Richard Miron is currently lead educator and researcher at Advanced PRF Education and an Adjunct Visiting Faculty in the department of Periodontology in Bern, Switzerland where he completed his PhD studies since 2009. He has currently published over 180 peer-reviewed articles and lectures internationally on many topics relating to growth factors, bone biomaterials and guided bone regeneration. He has recently been awarded many recent international prizes in dentistry and is widely considered as one of the top contributors to implant dentistry having won the ITI Andre Schroeder Prize, the IADR Young Investigator of the Year in the field of Implant Dentistry. He has written 2 best-selling textbooks widely distributed in regenerative dentistry including his most recent in 2019 titled: “Next Generation Biomaterials for Bone and Periodontal Regeneration” and a 2nd in 2017 titled: “Platelet Rich Fibrin in Regenerative Dentistry: From Biological Background to Clinical Indications”.

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