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Published: September 29, 2021

Fast Healing Recovery for Dental Implants & Grafting

Through years of research, doctors have learned that the body has the ability to heal itself quickly, given the right nutrition. Enhancements in medicine have resulted in Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy that enables the human body to amplify natural growth factors.

This PRP therapy enables your body tissue to heal faster.

Dr. Kevin Kremer sat down with Debbie Cobb to discuss the use of PRP therapy to enhance a patients healing process.

Here is the transcript from that interview:

Debbie Cobb:

Speeding up the recovery from a dental procedure is always a goal for dentists. Dr. Kevin Kremer is on the leading edge of dental technology, including a new treatment called PRP. It's a form of processing your blood to speed up healing. Dr. Kremer, thanks for joining us. What is PRP?

Dr. Kevin Kremer:

Debbie, PRP or PRF, there are different acronyms and PRP stands for platelet rich plasma, or another term is platelet rich fibrin. And the concept there is that we're taking our normal cells in our blood, and we're using a medical type centrifuge to isolate specific proteins in the blood that we can then extract out, put into certain areas to maximize the wound healing.

Debbie Cobb:

So is this what they're talking about when they talk about stem cells being used on people?

Dr. Kevin Kremer:

Yeah, so we have stem cells and growth hormones, and a lot of talk these days is about taking those from different areas. What we're doing here is we're actually taking it from that specific patient's blood and we're utilizing it to enhance their healing.

Debbie Cobb:

So what kind of benefits can people see from this, Dr. Kremer?

Dr. Kevin Kremer:

By extracting that out, we can get 10 times the amount of stem cells and growth hormones in an area. And then we can see healing. When we're building a foundation for things like dental implants, where we need to deal with the bone and the soft tissue, we can increase that healing speed by double so we can reduce the time that needs to take to twofold.

Debbie Cobb:

So quickly, what's the cost involved with this?

Dr. Kevin Kremer:

The costs have come down so much as the technology's advanced that it's very inexpensive. It's just a few hundred dollars these days.

Debbie Cobb:

All right. Dr. Kremer, thank you so much for that information. For more information on our topic today, go to actionisnow.com and click on features.

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