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Dental Stem Cell Banking 101

Just like how we save money for a happy retirement, there are technologies that can help you put away “investments” towards a healthier future. Everyone knows how important having insurance is, in fact, it is illegal not to have certain policies. But most people aren’t told to invest in insurance for health and for potential issues in the future. Dental stem cell banking is like insurance for your health. It is a professional dental procedure that involves the storing of dental stem cells that have the ability to regenerate into various types of cells. You don’t have to have teeth pulled just for this sole purpose; baby teeth and wisdom are most commonly used for dental stem cell banking because they are rich in dental stem cells. Once they are extracted, the stem cells are preserved by being cryogenically frozen.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Stem Cell Banking?

Dental stem cell banking is an excellent treatment to have done for your children’s future. Instead of “giving away” their baby teeth to the tooth fairy, you can bring them to your dentist to have the stem cells extracted and frozen to preserve the rich minerals. Every parent wants the best for their children. Using your children’s baby and wisdom teeth for dental stem cell banking can allow them to take advantage of this cutting edge stem cell therapy. Dental stem cell banking can give your child the power to take control of their health later on in life. The amazing thing about dental stem cells is that they can be directed to grow in any type of cell. This treatment gives stem cells the potential to be used to treat a wide array of health issues, including Parkinson’s disease and cancer. One of the primary benefits of dental stem cell banking is that, unlike surgeries and medicines, it is a regenerative treatment. Rather than covering up issues or replacing natural elements with artificial ones, regenerative treatments regenerate human cells, tissues, and organs to actually replenish the body of its natural components and functions.

What Type of Dental Stem Cell is Extracted?

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are found in rich quantities in the developing tooth bud of the wisdom tooth and baby tooth. The stem cells go on to form enamel, dentin, blood vessels, dental pulp and nervous tissues. They also point to a minimum of 29 unique end organs in the body. MSC found in wisdom teeth and baby teeth are easily extracted, and they make up the majority of what is used for dental stem cell banking. What is amazing about these stem cells is that they have the potential to cure diabetes for future generations because they can produce hepatocytes. Hepatocytes are the primary functional cells of the liver, and they perform an incredible amount of the metabolic, endocrine, and secretory functions. Adolescent diabetes is growing in numbers in the U.S., making this an incredibly valuable treatment option.

What Health Issues Can MSC Stem Cells Treat?

MSC stem cells have an incredible power to treat a number of health issues, including diabetes as stated before. Stem cells are being tested right now and have already been proven to treat spinal cord injury, stroke, heart attack, corneal damage, and neurological diseases like Parkinson’s. For over 20 years already, dental stem cells have been used to treat over 78 diseases. And trials are constantly being conducted which are demonstrating the use of stem cells in many facets of health care, including treatment of disease, to heal injuries, and replace bone, cartilage, nerve, skin, and muscle tissues as well as blood vessels.

If you would like to give your child the gift of a healthy future and the ability to take advantage of natural treatments rather than potentially harmful procedures, look into dental stem cell banking. If you have any questions regarding this therapy, contact Infinite Dental Wellness.