Dental implants are frames or metal posts that are fused to the jawbone. These allow dentists to place new artificial teeth or bridges. These implants do not shift, nor do dentures or bridges connected to them. Implants require healthy gums and sufficient bone support.
Faster tissue and bone growth and post-operative pain reduction are two advantages to using PRP therapies during dental work. Using the body’s own platelets, PRP therapies focus on places of trauma to advance healing.
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