Alb-PRF preparation device that extends the resorption of PRF from approximately 2 weeks to more than 4 months1
A new technique involves the heating which follows centrifugation where the platelet poor plasma (PPP) layer is heated at specific temperatures to donature and reorganize albumin. This drastically extends the working resorption properties of PRF.
When heat is applied albumin denatures, transforming liquid PRF into a tridimensional structure. By heating and denaturing albumin, transforms liquid PRF into a tridimensional structure. The heating process consists of a pronounced modification in the surface structure of albumin with its resorption properties favoring more stability when implanted back into host tissues.
The Ariston Dental BioGel Maker Machine is a best designed product controlled by a microprocessor. It can be widely used for the preservation and creation of the samples, PRP gel preparation, the amplification of DNA, the pre-denaturation of the electrophoresis and blood serum coagulation.
- A biological filler in facial esthetics (Bio-Filler)
- A barrier membrane for Guide Bone Regeneration (GBR) procedures
- Covering the lateral window during sinus lifting
- Root coverage procedures
- Mixing with bone grafting material
- Insertion into periodontal pockets non-surgically to favor stability
- Easy to set up and use.
- Wide time range from 1min to 99h59min.
- Different blocks are for your choice.
- Multi points mode function and multi cycle times can be set.
- Automatic fault detection and buzzer alarm function.
- Automatic heating function.
- Automatic resume to run function.
- Automatic running function.
- Temp calibration.
Normal Operating Conditions
Ambient temperature: 0°C – 35°C
Relative humidity: ≤ 70%
Power supply: AC220V
- (Masako Fujioka-Kobayashi, Benoit Schaller, Carlos Fernando De Almeida Barros Mourão, Yufeng Zhang, Anton Sculean & Richard J. Miron (2020): Biological characterization of an injectable platelet-rich fibrin mixture consisting of autologous albumin gel and liquid platelet-rich fibrin (Alb-PRF), Platelets, DOI: 10.1080/09537104.2020.1717455).