PRF Heat Device
Extending the resorption properties of PRF from 2-3 weeks to 4-6 months.
An additional heating processing step following centrifugation whereby the platelet layer is heated at specific temperatures to denature and reorganize albumin. This drastically extends the working resorption properties of PRF.
Simply stated, by heating and denaturing albumin, a modification in the secondary structure after heating transforms liquid PRF into a tridimensional structure. The heating process consists of a pronounced modification in the surface structure of albumin with in its resorption properties favoring more stability when implanted back into host tissues.