WORLD’S BIGGEST DENTAL STEMCELL BANK
Stem cells found in the tooth pulp are called dental stem cells. The dental pulp stem cells are found within the child milk teeth and healthy adult teeth. These cells have remarkable regenerative potential and can convert into different types of cells. Tooth derived cells are considered to be naive cells which allow these cells to adapt and repair cells like muscles, nerves,joints and even a damaged heart. The tooth pulp is an extremely good source for the mesenchymal stem cells. Mesenchymal stem cells have the ability to eventually form dentin, enamel, nerves tissues, blood vessels, and dental pulp. Because of extreme ease in the collection in younger years of age before calcification, and minimal to no morbidity, they constitute a major source for personal banking, research, and multiple other therapeutic applications. These dental pulp/ mesenchymal stem cells shown capable of producing hepatocytes and beta cells this may be a potential cure for liver cirrhosis and diabetes in the future..