Fibrin is a biological scaffold that forms when an injury occurs anywhere in the body. Platelets normally circulate in the blood and bind to the fibrin scaffold. Thus bound, they activate and release growth factors, which are small “granules”. These growth factors begin the process of wound healing by creating new skin cells, collagen and blood vessels.
Like PRP, PRF draws blood from the patient, centrifuges it to concentrate platelet-rich fibrin membranes, growth factors, and white blood cells in the plasma solution. The extracted biomaterial fills wrinkles, skin depressions, areas with loss of volume, hollows around the eyes, forehead and more. and a lifting effect is achieved.