PRF, also known as platelet-rich fibrin, is very similar to PRP. Both substances contain a high concentration of platelets that store growth factors and cytokines. The main difference between the two is the fibrin factor in PRF. The fibrin network in PRF is structured in such a way that more cytokines and growth factors can be stored, which allows for greater healing in the area. Cell migration is another factor that comes with PRF, as well as proliferation, so you can expect more efficient wound healing and pain management.