PRP Seminars is dedicated to educating dentists and when it comes to PRP’s uses and its derivatives, setting the record straight. Largely overlooked is that Dr. Arun K. Garg, a bone biology expert, is also the co-discoverer of PRP along with Dr. Robert M. Marx and has the most experience in the field having overseen hundreds of cases.

In the decades since PRPs groundbreaking discovery, however, commercialism and competition has cluttered the conversation. For instance, many medical supply companies claim you can only create their version PRP by purchasing their centrifuge.

But Dr. Garg asserts – and you will soon discover – that it’s not the brand of centrifuge that matters. Rather it’s the rotations per minute (RPMs) the centrifuge spins at that makes all difference. Depending on that speed all other PRP derivatives can be successfully extracted. Additionally, the length of time the centrifuge is run, the size of the rotator arm, and whether or not anti-coagulant is used all play a critical part in PRP’s creation.

This is just one example of how the PRP conversation has become corrupted and why Dr. Garg feels it’s so important to get PRP and its nomenclature back on track. So aggressive has the “name game” become, in fact, that PRP now goes by nearly a dozen acronyms: PRP, PRF, A-PRF, i-PRF, PVRG, PRFM, CGF, PC, and hcPRP, are just some examples.

His 2018 Autologous Blood Concentrates medical textbook was another record-setting effort. Fully illustrated and complete with numerous case studies, the 223-page, 8-chapter book is a must-read compendium for anything and everything related to PRP.

Whether through its course material, which includes Dr. Garg’s textbooks, and our industry-leading staff, PRP Seminars recognizes the need to cut through all this hype. That means no commercialism and no centrifuges to sell. Only the best in quality continuing education. That’s we offer four distinct courses and one annual symposium.

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