Stem Cells

Did you know that stem cells are a now a key factor in Regenerative Medicine?

Stem cells differ from other cells in the body because they actually produce specialized cell types to promote healing. These cells are used to form tissues such as bone, muscle, nerve and blood vessels. It may be possible to alter the cells and inject them to heal and replace damaged tissues. Some current conditions being studied include heart disease, spinal cord injury, arthritis and Type I Diabetes.

Stem cells from natural teeth replicate at a faster rate making cells harvested from teeth the most powerful stem cells in the body. You now have the option of storing those stem cells when a tooth is extracted for future use.

To learn more on how to preserve your own stem cells, visit the following link: