Stem Cell Research and Tissue Engineering - A Boon for Dental Tissue Regeneration

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 09, 2009 -- Restoration of lost tooth tissue, either from disease or trauma, represents a significant proportion of dental cases. Advancements in stem cell research and tissue engineering fuel the development of novel regenerative therapies, which look for restoring partial tooth tissue loss. Such therapies provide potential for restoration of the structural integrity of dental tissues where the new tissue becomes an integral part of the tooth. These therapies effectively overcome or minimize some of the problems of restoration failure such as interface failure and bacterial microleakage, with traditional dental materials.

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