Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) is an advanced dental technique that can significantly enhance the healing process after dental surgeries. At Solis Dental Clinic in Dubai, we offer top-quality CGF services to help you achieve faster and more efficient healing.
Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) is a technology that uses the patient’s blood to extract concentrated growth factors, which are then used to stimulate and accelerate the body’s natural healing process. This technique is highly effective and safe, and can be used in a variety of dental treatments, including dental implants, bone grafting, and gum disease treatments.
Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) offers several benefits for patients looking to improve their healing process after dental procedures, including:
At Solis Dental Clinic in Dubai, we are committed to providing exceptional dental care to our patients. Here are a few reasons why you should choose us for your CGF needs:
If you’re looking to enhance your healing process with Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) in Dubai, Solis Dental Clinic is here to help. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and learn more about how CGF can benefit you.
Concentrated Growth Factor
Components of Blood
Modern surgery has two main goals – low invasiveness and faster clinical healing. Regenerative surgery, which combines surgical procedures with regenerative medicine, helps attain these goals. One such important tool of regenerative medicine is CGF. CGF therapy involves using your body’s own regenerative abilities to accelerate the growth of new soft tissue and bone in the surgical area.
Basic idea behind CGF therapy: Blood contains certain specific components which are part of the natural wound healing process. If these components can be applied in a concentrated form to wounded tissues or surgical sites, it has the potential to accelerate healing. Some of these components which are contained within platelets are growth factors such as PDGF (platelet-derived growth factor) and TGFß (transforming growth factor beta) which are collectively referred to as platelet growth factors (PGF). They regulate cell growth and division.
The patient’s own blood is taken and placed in a centrifuge machine to separate the PGF from red blood cells (RBC). The resulting product is CGF, an autologous biomaterial that concentrates a large number of PGF and CD34+ stem cells (besides WBCs) in a small volume of blood plasma. In a concentrated form, these growth factors help accelerate the rate of growth of new soft tissue and bone in the surgical area. In dental surgery, CGF is mixed into gels and applied to treatment sites.
In surgery, it often becomes necessary to accelerate the healing process. The ability of CGF procedures to use the body’s own regenerative abilities to accelerate the growth of bone and soft tissue makes it very useful in certain dental treatments such as:
Yes. CGF is proven to besafe and effective in surgical applications:
However, it is important that the patient is properly screened by the dentist to determine their suitability for CGF therapy. Patients suffering with conditions causing platelets deficiency (e.g., anemia) or who are under anticoagulant medication may not be suitable candidates for CGF therapy.
Silfradent ‘Medifuge MF200’ blood plasma centrifuge
Silfradent (Italy) specializes in the design and manufacture of instruments such as centrifuges for dental laboratories.