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Leukocyte- and Platelet-Rich Fibrin in Oral Regenerative Procedures

Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines

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This book will guide clinicians to achieve great results with L-PRF. It starts with basic science chapters on tissue regeneration, blood centrifugation, and an explanation of the biologic power of platelet concentrates. However, the true value of this book lies in an evidence-based evaluation of the benefits of L-PRF in periodontal and maxillofacial surgery, as well as in chronic wound therapy. For each treatment, a step-by-step approach has been created by experienced clinicians. The most crucial steps are explained in 18 videos via augmented reality.

General Introduction to L-PRF: Leukocyte- and Platelet-Rich Fibrin
Part A. Basic Science and Preparation of L-PRF
Chapter 01. Blood Composition and Cellular Characteristics
Chapter 02. Wound Healing
Chapter 03. Centrifugation of Blood via Specific L-PRF Protocols
Chapter 04. General Characteristics and Mode of Action of L-PRF Membranes
Chapter 05. Potential Role of L-PRF in Periodontal Regeneration
Chapter 06. Preparation of Various L-PRF Constructs

Part B. Clinical Applications of L-PRF
Chapter 07. L-PRF as Substitute for Ridge Preservation
Chapter 08. The Use of L-PRF in Sinus Therapy
Chapter 09. The Use of L-PRF During Bone Regeneration Procedures
Chapter 10. Implant Coating with L-PRF to Facilitate Osseointegration
Chapter 11. L-PRF to Promote the Regeneration of Intrabony Defects Around Teeth
Chapter 12. The Use of L-PRF for Periodontal Plastic Surgery
Chapter 13. L-PRF in the Management of Peri-Implantitis
Chapter 14. L-PRF for the Management of MRONJ
Chapter 15. L-PRF Soft-Blocks for Ridge Preservation in Sockets with Major Bone Defects
Chapter 16. Step-by-Step Protocols
Chapter 17. L-PRF for Extraoral Wounds

In collaboration with:
Andy Temmerman • Ana Castro • Simone Cortellini • Catherine Andrade • Manoetjer Siawasch • Wim Teughels


Prof. Dr. Marc Quirynen

Belgium, Leuven

Prof Marc Quirynen graduated as a dentist in 1980 from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, where he went on to complete training in periodontology and obtain his PhD. In 1990, he was appointed as a professor at Catholic University and is currently Chairman of the Department of Periodontology. His research focuses on simplification and optimization of periodontal therapy, and over the past decade, he has explored platelet concentrates in soft and hard tissue regeneration. Prof Quirynen has published over 450 papers in international peer-reviewed journals and serves on several editorial boards, including for the Journal of Clinical Periodontology and Clinical Oral implants Research. His most inspiring lectures deal with the clinical benefits of L-PRF and the prevention of peri-implantitis.


Prof. Nelson R. Pinto

Chile, Santiago

Prof Nelson R. Pinto is Professor in the Department of Periodontology and Implantology at Universidad de Los Andes in Santiago, Chile, and Founder of the Research Center for Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering. He is visiting faculty in the Department of Periodontology at Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and in the Advanced Education Program in Implant Dentistry at Loma Linda University in California. His main accomplishment is the development of Natural Guided Regeneration Therapy (NGRT), and his research in this area was recognized in 2012 by the World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) and in 2016 with the Journal of Wound Care & WUWHS Award for Best Contribution to Clinical Research for 2012 to 2016. In 2018, he received the Punyaarjan Humanitarian Service Award for his professional dedication to chronic wound healing and helping change patients’ lives through NGRT.