Role of Plasmolifting in Dental Treatment

The most common causes for dental care requests are gum disease, bad breath, bleeding, and tooth movement and these diseases are collectively known as periodontal diseases. This is called that periodontal disease lowers a person’s quality of life and that is very true.

In several medical fields, including dermatology, trichology, gynecology, cosmetology, urology, orthopedics, neurology, and traumatology, and, of course, dentistry, plasma lifting is a pretty common procedure.

The procedure called “plasmolifting” involves injecting platelet-rich plasma generated from the person’s own blood. Platelets, the smallest blood cells, stimulate cell proliferation (epithelial cells, collage, osteoblasts). Plasma also contains minerals, proteins, electrolytes, and hormones as well. As a result, the production and strengthening of bone tissue is triggered, the process of inflammation in periodontal tissues is reduced or stopped, and the color, shape, and structure of the gums are restored.

Dental Plasmolifting

As we told above too, dental plasmolifting is used to speed up the regeneration of oral tissue. The plasmolifting technique comprises injecting autologous plasma into swollen gum tissue, implant-insertion sites, sinus lift sites, post-periodontal therapies, and post-extraction alveolar sites. Moreover, it can be used to maintain and regenerate inflammatory tissues.

So, the procedure of dental plasmolifting is very helpful to treat inflammatory problems in the oral tissues. In addition to this, it can also improve the structure of the gums and the color of gums, have an impact on the recovery and production of bone tissue. The treatment also prevents future bone loss.

The platelet growth factors in autologous plasma have a regenerative impact, encourage blood capillary growth and development, and improve hemodynamics, which helps to exchange substances and oxygenate tissues.

By the involvement of morphogenetic proteins, autologous plasma simultaneously promotes the process of bone regeneration, collagen matrix production, and bone development. Moreover, local immunity is turned on.

Plasmolifting is a completely safe approach because it employs the patient’s own blood plasma and because the result is for a longer time due to the prolonging effect, which can only be pleasing to our patients.

Problems in Dentistry for Which Plasmolifting is Recommended

  • Localized periodontitis
  • Post Extraction alveolitis
  • Generalized periodontitis
  • Gingivitis
  • Implantology operations
  • After dental extractions
  • Prophylaxis of periodontal diseases
  • Peri-implantitis

What To Expect After Plasmolifting?

Within two weeks, the results of autologous plasma therapy become apparent.

  • Periodontitis prophylaxis
  • Increases speed of post extraction healing
  • Gingival bleeding ends
  • Reduced dental mobility
  • Disappearance of pain
  • Disappearance of bad odor from the breath
  • Gum regains natural shape and color
  • Lessens the risk of implant rejection

Why to Consider Plasmolifting Treatment?

Medications frequently used for gum infections and reduce inflammation are less effective since they just lessen inflammation without promoting the process of regeneration and repair. Because plasma in the plasmolifting is derived from the patient’s own blood, the components of autologous plasma are fully natural, non-toxic, and free of any adverse effects like cancer, or allergic responses.

Plasmolifting in Combination with Other Procedures

We combine other important procedures with plasmolifting therapy such as:

  • Professional oral hygiene
  • Periodontal curettage
  • Treatments with chlorhexidine-based pastes and solutions
  • Drug treatment

Is Plasmolifting Suitable for All?

Some special populations should be excluded from this procedure.

Plasma lifting is contraindicated in the special group of people with

  • Infectious diseases
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Blood diseases
  • Malignant and benign neoplasms
  • Hiv infection
  • Hepatitis
  • Allergic to heparin
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