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Revolutionizing Oral Surgery: The Role of Platelet Rich Fibrin

Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is a revolutionary therapy that has gained popularity in the field of dentistry. PRF is a concentration of platelets in plasma, which is derived from the patient’s own blood. Platelets are essential for blood clotting, and they also contain various growth factors that stimulate tissue healing and regeneration. PRF has been […]

Gum Grafting: A Rejuvenation For Your Smile

Winters in the Midwest usually mean bundling up to stay warm.  A sweater, a winter coat, anything to keep us covered up and away from the cold winter winds.  But, did you know there is one part of your body you should worry about keeping covered up all year round?  That’s right, you guessed it!  […]

Wisdom Tooth Extraction: Making the Wise Choice

Around the mid to late teenage years, two haunting words enter into most teenagers minds.  No, it isn’t high school, or even job fair.  Those two words are Wisdom Teeth.  Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are aptly named because of the timing in which they appear, typically between age 17 and 21 according to data […]

Dental Implants: A New Age Solution to an Age Old problem

When teeth are missing or decaying, it can lead to functional deficits and embarrassing interactions for patients, often wondering where to turn for help and normalcy.  For years, traditional dentures were a mainstay in the world of dentistry to replace missing teeth, though certainly not without their limitations.  When teeth are missing, and there is […]