- 2001 PRF – Platelet Rich Fibrin
- 2008 L-PRF – Leukocyte Platelet Rich Fibrin
- 2013 A-PRF – Advanced Platelet Rich Fibrin
- 2014 i-PRF – Injectable Platelet Rich Fibrin
- 2015 i-PRF+ Injectable Platelet Rich Fibrin +
- 2017 S-PRF
Inventor of PRF techniques, International speaker
Dr. Choukroun completed his degree in medicine in 1979 at the University of Montpellier, France. He specialized in General Surgery & Anesthesiology in 1981. He continued his study in Pain Management at the University of Strasbourg, France.
Dr. Choukroun is the owner of Private Pain Clinic in Nice, France. He is the Inventor of the PRF techniques: L-PRF, A-PRF & i-PRF, S-PRF and is President of SYFAC, International Symposium on Growth Factors. He is author of several scientific papers.
This systematic review aimed to gather the extensive number of articles published to date on PRF in the dental field to better understand the clinical procedures where PRF may be utilized to enhance tissue/bone formation.
This systematic review gathered all the currently available in vitro, in vivo and clinical literature utilising PRF for soft tissue regeneration, augmentation and wound healing.
This study characterizes how centrifugation speed (G-force) along with centrifugation time influence growth factor release from fibrin clots, as well as the cellular activity of gingival fibroblasts exposed to each PRF matrix.
Choukroun ́s PRF (platelet- rich fibrin) is obtained from blood without adding anticoagulants. In this study, protocols of S-PRF and A-PRF were compared to establish the effects of the centrifugal force on the distribution of cells relevant for wound healing and tissue regeneration.
A novel platelet concentrate has recently been developed with no additives by utilizing lower centrifugation speeds. The purpose of this study was therefore to investigate osteoblast behaviour of this novel therapy (injectable-platelet-rich fibrin; i-PRF, 100% natural with no additives) when compared to traditional PRP.
Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF; Choukroun’s technique) is a second-generation platelet concentrate for surgical use. The purposes of this study were to determine the cell composition and three-dimensional organization of this autologous biomaterial and to evaluate the influence of different collection tubes (dry glass or glass-coated plastic tubes) and compression procedures (forcible or soft) on the final PRF-membrane architecture.
Following a failure of a bone graft or an implant placement, the hypothesis of a biological abnormality is rarely considered as a possible cause.
The course will take place at the elegant 4-star The Rembrandt Hotel in central London. You’ll be right between two of London’s most fashionable areas South Kensington and Knightsbridge.
The course price includes lunch and refreshments during coffee breaks. The 3-course carvery buffet lunch, all freshly made with seasonal ingredients, will be served in the hotel’s Palette Restaurant.