Medical Improvements With Dental Stem Cells

Medical Improvements of Tomorrow Could Save Your Child’s Life

(if only you had you only know earlier)

History shows that the more we learn about health the healthier we become. As we learn, yesterdays problems seem insignificant, we forget that at the time, yesterdays health problems were just as real as todays current health problems.

Importantly, history has demonstrated that advancements in the medical field have changed health for the better. We are living longer, curing illness that were previously incurable. All this is happening at a faster rate than ever!

But still we all know, there is so much more to learn about health.

As a parent, wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to guarantee your child has an opportunity to take advantage of tomorrows medical advancements before they even are known?

Wishfull thinking? Well, this may be closer than you think.

Through the scientific research and developments in stem cells, breakthroughs became apparent as early as 1981 and are continually being made. You may remember this initial research lead to the birth of dolly the sheep in 1997.

Amazing right? The total cloning of a perfectly identical animal. Hold on, you are probably thinking great, but what does this have to do with me securing  the future, yet to be established health improvements for my children today?

Ok, you see, in 2007, Mario Capecchi received a Nobel prize for stem cell developments from Embryos. This research led to in 2012 to a human receiving a treatment for blindness. This was done using embryonic stem cell treatment. And it doesn’t stop there.

For the past 22 years, doctors have been using stem cells to treat over 78 diseases and blood related disease. Presently, there are over 2000 clinical trials that have been completed or in the process of completion.

Researchers are also working with recently established mesenchymal stem cells. An extremely rich source for mesenchymal stem cells is found in developing tooth bud of primary teeth, known as baby teeth or milk teeth.

Many studies have shown that mesenchymal stem cells isolated from dental pulp can regenerate and repair several damaged or aging tissues such as cartilage, bone, tendons, cardiac muscle and brain.

Cells present inside the baby teeth likely hold the key to the future of healthcare for your children.

In fact, these cells could be used, to treat some types of cancer, blood-related and auto-immune diseases. It is very evident that these stem cells can help treat common diseases that your children could be susceptible to.

And the best news is, unlike other stem cell methods commonly adopted to date, baby teeth stem cells are easy to extract and more importantly none intrusive.

Storing these precious stem cells is easier than ever before.

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