Tooth regeneration

Tooth regeneration is a regenerative medicine procedure based on stem cell in the field of engineering of tissue and biology  of stem cell to rearrange the altered or damaged and lost teeth by stimulating the regrowth process  from autologous stem cells. Somatic stem cells are collected as a source of the new bioengineeredteeth and rearranged to pluripotent stem cells that can be placed directly in the dental lamina or placed in a re-absorbable biopolymer in the form of the new tooth. Investigations have been done to renew tooth enamel over couple of decades. The process has been found quite difficult unlike bone, matured enamel can’t rejuvenate. Toothpaste and mouthwash containing casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate and fluoride promotes re-mineralization of initially enamelled lesions; though, they are more of a tire patch than a real and better solution.

  • Socket preservation
  • Polyphyodont
  • Tooth development
  • Regenerative endodontics

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