Stem Cell Therapy For Dental Implants
Bone defects often result from tumor resection, congenital malformation, trauma, fractures, surgery, or periodontitis in dentistry. Although dental implants serve as an effective treatment to recover mouth function from tooth defects, many patients do not have the adequate bone volume to build an implant. The gold standard for the reconstruction of large bone defects is the use of autogenous bone grafts. While autogenous bone graft is the most effective clinical method, surgical stress to the part of the bone being extracted and the quantity of extractable bone limit this method. Recently mesenchymal stem cell-based therapies have the potential to provide an effective treatment of osseous defects.
In this regard, we have adapted a multidisciplinary approach towards engineering dental implants; through the systemic integration of multiple progenitor stem cells isolated from dental pulp tissues, growth factors to support cellular signaling and conductive extracellular matrix scaffold to be able to provide chemical as well as mechanical cues, thus promoting multicellular interactions, orchestrate cellular adhesion, migration and differentiation into a desired cellular lineage. They are essentially a substitute for natural root and are commonly in shape of a cylinder and a screw. Each implant is placed into a socket, carefully within the location of an intended tooth, with an aim to achieve immediate close association with surrounding bone, promoting functional restoration.
Stem Cell Treatment For Dental Pulp: Advancells Protocol
Chronic dental disease and tooth loss often lead to the loss of hard tissue in the jaw. Patients with missing teeth by infections, or inflammation may experience bone resorption with loss of the affected part of the jaw. In addition to making a patient uncomfortable, this bone loss can cause unsightly disfigurements and may complicate the fitting of implants and other dental appliances. Although dental implants serve as an effective treatment to recover mouth function from tooth defects, many patients do not have adequate bone volume to build an implant.
Thus, in order to adapt, circumvent and treat these local physiological as well as anatomical limitations; regenerative, reconstruction of bony platform with application of regenerative medicine and modern tissue engineering technology can be emphasized for natural, tailored lifting of sinus membrane, for their functional restoration. In this regard, the site, size and associated soft tissue defects represent the three most important factors; in determining the impact of treatment procedure on functional restoration and aesthetics.
In this regard, the site, size and associated soft tissue defects represent the three most important factors; in determining the impact of treatment procedure on functional restoration and aesthetics.
Our process of dental implants and reconstruction involves three key elements, which include:
- Inductive soluble growth factors
- Stem cells isolated from dental pulp tissue
- Biocompatible scaffolds made up of Xeno/Allo/Synthetic substitutes
The entire medical procedure at Advancells consists of 6 steps:
Qualification For The Treatment
Stem Cell Implantation
Post treatment care
Maintenance & Follow Up
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“Advancells, a division of SAFFRON NATURELE PRODUCTS PVT. LTD is a strong advocate of greater transparency in medical procedures in general and Stem Cells Procedures in particular. As a part of our effort of bringing transparent procedures to our clients, we provide each client a Third Party Certificate (from an internationally accredited lab) for the cell count and viability of the cells that we are able to process from the autologous cell source of the patient. To view the sample copy of the certificate “click here“
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