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Stem Cells in the teeth

Stem cells are "master cells" within our bodies. These specialized cells can divide and then multiply into various specific cell types. Under controlled conditions, they can be formed into organs and tissues as well, and they can even repair the immune system.

logo-bioedenDental Stem Cells.

Even after removing the primary dentintion (row of teeth), there is still the possibility of obtaining stem cells of the teeth. These cells can be harvested from the premolars, which are normally extracted for successful orthodontic treatment (braces) or from wisdom teeth as well.

Diseases that are treatable using stem cells

The field of medicine continues to advance quite rapidly toward highly personalized treatments for each patient. Stem cell therapy treats diseases by introducing healthy and functional cells to replace diseased or dysfunctional cellsStem cell therapy is being researched and successfully utilized all over the world to treat not only dental issues, but to manage and treat many other serious conditions as well:

Stem cell therapy is being researched and successfully utilized all over the world to treat not only dental issues, but to manage and treat many other serious conditions as well:⦁ Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Diabetes

  • Liver Damage

  • Spinal Cord Injuries

  • Multiple Sclerosis and chronic degenerative diseases

  • Arthritis and joint injuries

  • Various types of cancer

  • Bone Injuries

  • Heart Attacks and other cardiac diseases

  • The production of new skin for grafting after serious burns

  • The production de new corneas (in the eye)