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Bone grafting procedures in implant dentistry are a common necessity. The literature and data from the Australian Dental Implant Registry shows that approximately 70-90% of dental implant procedures require some form of bone grafting. The use of PRF related products has been shown to improve bone graft material handling, decrease costs and improve both hard and soft tissue wound healing.

Learning outcomes

Learning Objectives: • Understand the Biology of PRF and its Production • Understand Venipuncture, Safety Ideal Protocol for Blood Harvesting and Complications • Clinical Handling and Use of PRF with Conventional Hard and Soft Grafting This course will have numerous hands-on practical components that will be performed on life-like models by all participants.


Dr Steve Soukoulis

About Dr Steve Soukoulis Dr Steve Soukoulis completed his bachelor in dentistry in 1996. He entered a clinical diploma of dentistry in 97-98, whereby he underwent further training in many fields of dentistry including dental trauma, medically compromised patients, dental implantology and periodontics. Subsequent to this diploma he entered a periodontal Masters program in Adelaide in 1999 after successfully completing his RACDS examinations. Following successful completion of his Masters program in periodontics, Dr Soukoulis entered private practice. He has been involved in education and development of several dental implant related programs. In 2014 he was involved with the inception and development of the world’s first online dental implant registry. To date, he runs a busy specialty practice and is also involved heavily in the operations of the dental implant registry.v

Dr Steve Soukoulis 

Platelet Rich Fibrin Grafting Course

Dr Steve Soukoulis
Sunday 18th Aug 2024
8:30am - 4:30pm
Venue: Novotel Auckland Ellerslie
72/112 Green Lane East
Region: Auckland
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