Platelet Rich Fibrin (L-PRF)
L-PRF is derived by spinning down the patients blood with a simple chairside procedure the day of the surgery. This natural fibrin network is rich in platelets, growth factors and cytokines that are derived from the blood platelets and leukocytes. This allows the healing site to have a higher number of growth factors, otherwise not normally present, to aid in faster wound healing and optimal regeneration outcomes. L-PRF is not only cutting edge, it has been used in many areas of medicine and has been proven to be highly effective in the periodontal literature.
3D Cone Beam Technology
Kavo Kerr OP 3D is our top of the line, latest 3D scan technology. Patient safety is our #1 priority and this unit allows us to customize the amount of radiation that the patient receives depending on the area. The Kavo Kerr machine allows Dr. Prokopets to view all of the pertinent anatomy of the teeth and jaws with the sharpest definition. Precise visualization of tooth anatomy using radiology minimizes the use of large incisions during the procedure. In addition, by using Anatomage Invivo software, the exact position of the bone graft, sinus lift or dental implant(s) can be planned.
Zeiss Surgical Microscope
The Extaro 300 Microscope provides breakthrough visualization for the wide array of surgical procedures performed in our office. The microscope has brought a revolutionary approach to traditional periodontal surgery by allowing more precise and minimally invasive surgical techniques to be achieved. With enhanced magnification up to 26 times the naked eye, incisions remain extremely small and tissue is manipulated with a precise and gentle touch. Wound closure is meticulous with no scarring of the tissue. Patients report enhanced and accelerated healing with little to no discomfort.