Growth hormones or so called growth factors play a very natural role in our body by creating a balance in our metabolism and maintaining our health. The growth factors, also play a major role in healing from hard and soft tissue injuries by recruiting the necessary cells for healing and inducing stem cell to differentiate to the necessary cell to accomplish the desirable repair and healing. Those growth hormones exist in high concentration in our white blood cells and platelets which can be harvested very easily from our blood by spinning the blood sample using a specific centrifuge at specific speed and time.
As a result, we have an autologous clot matrix with very high concentration of the growth factors. This matrix when induced to the surgical site will accelerate the healing process of the soft and hard tissue, induce the angiogenesis (formation of the blood vessels) and the osteogenesis (formation for the bone) mechanism.
Patient who receive the treatment with autologous hormones report less pain, rapid healing and better outcome for dental procedures such as dental implant placement, bone grafting, extractions and other surgical procedures.