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As a regenerative dental therapeutic, stem cells have been shown to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal and regenerate. Both dentists and patients have reported significant pain relief and an acceleration of the healing process as well as the rebuilding of tissue, bone, and nerves in relation to bone grafts, membranes, TMJ treatments, and trauma reconstruction.
Dental professionals are choosing postnatal regenerative therapy for a number of reasons:
Our regenerative products contain growth factors, cytokines, exosomes, collagen scaffold, hyaluronic acid, extracellular matrix, lipids, proteins, postnatal PRP, MSCs, HSCs and other nutrients. These elements have been shown to assist the body in accelerated healing and regeneration.
Our products are tested repeatedly throughout processing to ensure quality and safety. Our unwavering commitment to safety and compliance with FDA rules and regulations has enabled our lab to maintain a spotless safety record throughout its entire 15 years in business.
The American Association for Dental Research (AADR) supports the use of stem cells in dental, oral, and craniofacial research and the development of stem cell related therapies that are efficacious and safe. Basic research and the development of future applications of stem cell research require the ongoing commitment to scientific integrity and social responsibility. AADR supports a periodic review of issues that may arise from innovation in the use of stem cells in research and promotes an open, national dialogue on the scientific, ethical and policy issues raised by such advances.“
“In modern medicine, bone and dental loss and defects are common and widespread morbidities, for which regenerative therapy has shown great promise. Mesenchymal stem cells, obtained from various sources and playing an essential role in organ development and postnatal repair, have exhibited enormous potential for regenerating bone and dental tissue.”
“New technologies that facilitate solid alveolar ridge augmentation are receiving considerable attention in the field of prosthodontics because of the growing requirement for esthetic and functional reconstruction by dental implant treatments. Recently, several studies have demonstrated potential advantages for stem-cell-based therapies in regenerative treatments. Mesenchymal stem/stromal cells (MSCs) are now an excellent candidate for tissue replacement therapies, and tissue engineering approaches and chair-side cellular grafting approaches using autologous MSCs represent the clinical state of the art for stem-cell-based alveolar bone regeneration.”2 (emphasis added)
“Our long-term goal is to identify new strategies to regenerate dental, oral, and craniofacial tissues by using engineering tools and stem cells.” - Marco C. Bottino DDS, MSc, PhD, FADM (https://media.dent.umich.edu/labs/bottino/) School of Dentistry, Regenerative Dentistry, Bottino Lab
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