تنزيل Root Canal Treatment (Endo)” Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) substance is a by-product of blood (plasma) that is rich in platelets. PRF, in short, is simply a byproduct of blood. It is exceptionally high in platelets and growth factors, the “signaling” molecules that allow communication between cells. PRF is a tool that significantly improves bone and soft tissue regeneration. Recently, its use has been advocated for regenerative periodontics and wound healing.
Platelet-rich fibrin is the new thing when it comes to surgery, with improved healing and immune support. The operation can have a faster and better recovery, with fewer post-operative complications. The application of platelet-rich fibrin during the implantation process enhanced the stability of the implants. The application of platelet-rich fibrin improves the stability of the implant in the first week of osseointegration. The biggest advantage of using platelet-rich fibrin is its complete absorption, thus avoiding the time of the second surgery, which is definitely a critical factor in elderly patients. This appears to be a minimally invasive technique with low risk and satisfactory clinical outcomes such as preventing complications or implant failure especially in age-related elderly patients.
Root canal treatment is designed to eliminate bacteria from the infected root canal, prevent reinfection of the tooth and save the natural tooth. When one undergoes a root canal, the inflamed or infected pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned and disinfected, then filled and sealed.
For many years, Root Canal Treatments (RCT) used traditional protocols imposing the careful cleaning of the canals, the removal of the smear layer, and the sealing of the filling materials inside the pulp chamber. These procedures were combined with the manual, instrumental or chemical shaping of the root lumen. The preparation of the canal(s) includes chemical mechanical enlargements. We also took into account the coordination of the successive steps, leading ultimately to the preparation of the root canal before filling the empty space. After disinfection, pulp remnants were removed. A clean root canal was obtained after root widening. Endodontic cements filled the pulp chamber, namely when a zinc oxide eugenol mixture was used. Employing a central master cone, and a series of small accessory cones, after axial and lateral condensation the root chamber was gradually filled. These steps include the sealing of lateral, secondary and accessory canals.
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