Dental stem cells are adult stem cells found in wisdom teeth and baby teeth. Dental stem cells are part of a group of adult stem cells know as "mesenchymal stem cells” and have the ability to differentiate into bone, dental tissue, cartilage, muscle, neural and other cell types.. They are being studied for applications in regenerative medicine and dentistry.
Dental Stem Cells are found in teeth. Primarily they are found in baby teeth and wisdom teeth. The stem cells that are located within teeth are called mesenchymal stem cells. These stem cells are used to regenerate bone and tissue throughout the body. There are currently over 2000 studies using Mesenchymal Stem Cells that are ongoing for treatments in regenerative medicine.
Currently there have been over 2000 clinical trials that have been done or are taking place regarding stem cells and regenerative medicine. There are a significant number of applications that are being studied using stem cells that include: Type 1 diabetes, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, muscular dystrophy, bone loss, multiple sclerosis, cardiovascular disease, neural injuries, and cancers (Leukemia, Lymphoma).
There are several reasons; some have a family history or higher risk that prompts them to consider different options. Most see the future of stem cell research and don’t want to miss the opportunity to save their own stem cells.
When it comes to security, peace of mind, and affordability, there is no better option for you and your family. Tooth Bank provides first-class dental stem cell banking at an affordable price. Our team of scientists, dentists, and business healthcare professionals have decades of experience processing and preserving cells and are here to provide you with that peace of mind.
We offer a Best Price Guarantee to all of our patients to help insure all families can bank their stem cells. We are also the only company that offers "Free Stem Cell Expansion ($1,500)" to all our customers when the stem cells are needed.
Just like our bodies, teeth have more strength the younger they are and over time, like our bodies, enamel wears away and stem cells in teeth become less and less. It is important to store now, when your children or family members are young so that the stem cells can be as healthy as possible.
All the Dentist will be doing is placing the extracted teeth into the container. Fed Ex will pick up the kit at the dentist"s office, or you may drop off the kit at FedEX on the way home from the dentists office, or schedule FedEx to pick up at your home. There is no cost to you for Fed Ex to pick up your kit at home.