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Stem Cell Therapy For Periodontal Disease

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    Periodontal Disease

    Periodontitis is an infectious and inflammatory oral issue, leading to the periodontal tissue destruction and has been pinpointed as the main reason for tooth loss. Although, conventional periodontal therapy, involving many of the mechanical and surgical procedures, largely promotes only rectification of supportive soft tissues, without any virtual repairing of bones as well as cementum; it does not constitute reversal of damaged tissue. In this regard, latest technology can be helpful in promoting guided tissue regeneration through introduction of physical barrier for maximizing access of dental pulp derived mesenchymal stem cells, for promoting hard tissue development.

    This novel, potential tissue reconstruction approach can be proposed to treat various periodontal diseases through incorporation of mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors in a prefabricated three-dimensional construct. This advanced concept of cell-based regeneration of craniofacial tissues can provide a great impact on treatment outcome. Conversely, studies have suggested application of dental pulp derived mesenchymal stem cells to be having proven capacity to differentiate into different cells; signifying their key role in several clinical pathologies of regenerative endodontics.

    Although, periodontal diseases become more common; tissue engineering with non-invasive, modern technology is attracting many people as an effective substitute over traditional, painful procedure.

    Stem Cell Therapy For Dental Pulp: Advancells Protocol

    Periodontal diseases have been surveyed as the growing issue leading to the tissue destruction and tooth loss and is identified as one of the common procedures that require sufficient training, due to its regional inherent challenges. Moreover, disease stimulated teeth loss can further accentuate bone deficiency, further complicating surgical mode of bone grafting and remodeling. 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.

    Our process of periodontal tissue regeneration 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

    Source Extraction

    Laboratory Processing

    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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