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Baby Teeth Stem Cells Restore Damaged Permanent Teeth

Posted by maxi@stemsave.com on Aug 28, 2018 3:44:00 PM

University of Pennsylvania researchers have utilized dental stem cells from baby teeth to restore injured teeth. The clinical trial involved the use of the patient’s own (autologous) stem cells to treat an injured permanent tooth. The stem cells were obtained from a healthy baby tooth [hence, posed no risk of rejection, since they were the patient’s own], expanded in the lab and implanted into the injured tooth. In follow-ups one year following the procedure, patients in the experimental group regained sensation in the previously injured tooth. The researchers also observed a significant regeneration of dentin, which is the hard part of the tooth, as well as vascularization in the pulp, which led to healthy root development and increased circulation.

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Topics: natural tooth repair, tooth regeneration, baby tooth, stem cells from teeth, baby teeth stem cells

Stem Cells Root Out Root Canals

Posted by taylor@stemsave.com on Aug 16, 2018 10:45:00 AM

Doctors at the New Jersey Institute of Technology have developed a stem cell hydrogel designed to keep teeth alive following a root canal. This revolutionary, biological hydrogel is said to stimulate angiogenesis, which is the growth of blood vessels, and this key factor could help teeth remain both alive and more fortified, compared to a traditional root canal treatment. When patients require root canals, the decay inside the pulpal chamber and canals is cleared and replaced with gutta percha. This eliminates the infection, but also renders the tooth dead typically leading to the loss of the tooth entirely later on. The hydrogel, seeded with dental pulp stem cells and working in conjunction with the hydrogel’s promotion of angiogenesis,  has the potential to repopulate the tooth with living, functioning dental pulp and restoring function to the tooth.

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Topics: root canal, root canal therapy, stem cell therapy, stem cell treatment, tooth regeneration

Eliminating Root Canals with Stem Cells

Posted by barb@stemsave.com on Jul 13, 2016 5:03:22 PM

Scientists from the University of Nottingham and Harvard University have developed a treatment that takes advantage of the unique regenerative characteristics of stem cells to enable teeth to heal themselves. The treatment represents an advancement over the current methods to treat severe cavities by eliminating the need for root canals. By stimulating the dental stem cells [mesenchymal stem cells] within the tooth, the growth of dentin, the bony material that makes up the majority of the tooth, is encouraged. This allows patients to regrow damaged teeth effectively.

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Topics: stem cells, root canal, mesenchymal stem cells, tooth regeneration, stem cell therapy, teeth heal themselves

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