Dentists use Endoret after tooth extraction, it promotes the healing & regeneration of bone & soft tissue in the mouth. The technology calls on the body’s own resources to speed up the patient’s healing process once a tooth has been successfully extracted
Used in dental surgery after tooth extraction, Endoret promotes the healing and regeneration of bone and soft tissue in the mouth. The technology calls on the body’s own resources to speed up the patient’s healing process after a tooth has been successfully extracted. Dentists can isolate and remove growth factors which are a set of proteins responsible for repairing tissues in the mouth. This is done using the patient’s own blood.
The treatment begins with blood being collected from the patient. This will take place an hour before the procedure is scheduled to begin as the collected blood samples need to be processed. During the processing time, growth factors present in the plasma are identified. The growth factors are then utilised to fill and seal wounds after tooth extraction.
There are numerous benefits to undergoing Endoret. These benefits include faster and better quality healing after undergoing tooth extraction, as well as ensuring the patient endures less discomfort after the procedure and lessening the chance of infection.
Endoret treatment has been shown to speed up the healing process after a complicated tooth extraction, as well as reducing the discomfort that patients experience. Most patients are open to this kind of technology as it does not use artificial bone graft materials, only resources already found in the body. This way there is no risk of the patient’s body rejecting the treatment, and no animals are harmed in its production.
Bone grafting is sometimes called for as a precursor to some dental treatments which need a certain amount of bone to adhere to such as dental implants.