Dental stem cells are stem cells present within the teeth or other oral structures. They are commonly sourced from the dental pulp, the soft area within the center of the tooth. These stem cells have many uses related to tooth regeneration and repair. They also have the potential to be used across of range of regenerative medicine applications, addressing ailments from bone injuries to heart disease and arthritis. [Read more…]
Dental pulp is the soft living tissue inside a tooth that contains mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). The ideal time to harvest dental stem cells is when children lose their deciduous (baby) teeth, either through natural loss or extraction.
An important way to gauge innovation and progress within the dental stem cell market is to consider trend rate data for scientific publications over a trailing ten-year period.
Analysis of Scientific Publication Data
PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that contains citations from MEDLINE and a collection of other life science journals.
The data presented below was generated using the PubMed database, because it is the largest, most comprehensive, and most up-to-date resource aggregating scientific publications worldwide.
It is also the most versatile tool for screening by multiple criteria. [Read more…]
In this interview with Tony Veverka, Chief Group Executive of BioEden, Mr. Veverka discusses how dental stem cells will impact our future. BioEden is a global stem cell storage company with laboratories in the UK and USA and sales operations in 19 countries. BioEden is also the world’s first international biobank company to collect, assess, and cryogenically store living stem cells from deciduous baby teeth.