Forget about dental implants. Soon it would be possible to grow new teeth in 9 weeks

Forget about dental implants. Soon it would be possible to grow new teeth in 9 weeks
A group of experts in the dental field has made some amazing discoveries and there has been a really incredible development in the technology of dental implants that goes far beyond the classic implant or denture.

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They say that these discoveries will give us the chance to grow new and genuine teeth in the oral cavity. The famous Dr. Jeremy Mao of Columbia University was the lead investigator of this research and what he found was absolutely incredible. Dr. Mao built a scaffold for teeth, containing stem cells in the body.

Using DNA, he succeeded in regenerating new teeth. This discovery of the modern technology promises a bright future when it comes to dental care.
So, you would not have to go through the horrible and painful process of extracting teeth. This technology would give you the opportunity to grow your teeth back in only nine weeks.

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“Your missing tooth is being replaced with stem cells, from your own body. And the tooth merges with the surrounding tissue. Yes, it’s simple as that! This will increase the regeneration process and it will result in fast recovery.” This is news is excellent, promising and provides new hope especially for those who are missing a tooth.

The procedure itself is still being studied and it is not yet available to the masses, however as the story develops we will update the article.
Sources: www.davidwolfe.com
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3 thoughts on “Forget about dental implants. Soon it would be possible to grow new teeth in 9 weeks”

  1. How do I get the information on this new study. I hate having dentures. I miss my teeth. I can’t eat food very well.

  2. Would the procedure require one to undergo anesthesia or would they be awake during the process? Any word on what the cost would be?

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