Course curriculum

  • 1

    Module 1. What is Plasmolifting? The methodology and indications for use in dental surgical practice.

  • 2

    Module 2. Plasmolifting in dental surgery and implantology.

    • Lesson 2

  • 3

    Module 3. Plasmolifting in treating cysts and granulomas.

    • Lesson 3 - Practice

  • 4

    Module 4. Plasmolifting for sinus lifting operation.

    • Lesson 4 - Practice

About our Plasmolifting PRP courses

Our courses combine both conceptual and practical modules to provide a complete understanding of basic and advanced PRP methods and treatments. Our leaders possess a broad experience and are ready to share their advice and recommendations. Following the completion of the course you will receive a certificate in this new sphere of knowledge. By mastering various PRP procedures, you will greatly expand your knowledge base and professional opportunities with the help of the next generation biotechnological solution that does not require significant investment. PRP Plasmolifting technology works both as monotherapy and in combination with other treatments. It ensures a fantastic therapeutic effect for the patient and a stable income for the doctor. Our mission is to make this opportunity available to all doctors, regardless of their location. This is a great chance to master the popular techniques required by thousands of patients. You can complete our Plasmolifting PRP training modules at your own pace, in a comfortable and convenient environment. You can always review the parts of our course that are most interesting to you.

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FAQ about application of PRP in dentistry

  • Use of PRP in dentistry

    PRP therapy helps in bone grafting, a procedure used to improve the outcome of dental implant surgery. The treatment can be used for both onlay and inlay grafts, sinus lift procedures, ridge augmentation procedures, and closure of cleft, lip and palate defects.

  • Does PRP prevent dry socket?

    How does PRP Help with Dry Socket? PRP can decrease the incidence of dry socket and its symptoms, speed up the healing process, and reduce pain.

  • Is PRP a surgery?

    PRP therapy is a low-risk treatment that uses a surprising component to work its magic — your own blood. As well as using PRP therapy for cosmetics and sports injuries, doctors are using it to help patients heal faster after surgical procedures.

  • Can PRP be used alone to stimulate bone formation?

    No. PRP must be mixed with either the patient’s own bone, a bone substitute material such as demineralized freeze-dried bone, or synthetic bone.