Cells in Teeth:
In the year 2000 Dr. Songtao Shi was discovered that teeth, specifically dental pulp contained stem cells.
He and others then went on to discover and publish that children’s primary teeth also contained stem cells, and that those cells contained special properties.
What are Stem Cells?
Stem cell research is now at the forefront of medical science and has led to advances in the treatment of illnesses and conditions which were previously thought to be “incurable”. Find out more about the tooth cell collection process from collecting your child’s milk teeth to extracting and harvesting them. Visit our Treatments section to witness the science and the treatments, which are shaping all of our lives, today and tomorrow.
Stem cell therapy and its potential ability to cure many diseases is a hugely promising opportunity for those wishing to safeguard the health of future generations.
In short, tooth cells could hold the key to successfully treating many illnesses or problems caused by the body’s natural wear and tear.