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Store-A-Tooth™ Dental Stem Cell Banking and Product News

Save-A-Tooth is a top seller on Gizmodo!

Posted by James Andrews on Thu, May 10, 2012 @ 11:45 AM

Don't know what to get mom for Mother's Day?

Save a tooth used for banking stem cells...How about peace of mind?

Save-A-Tooth® is the only tooth saving system scientifically proven to work, and has been FDA approved and received the ADA (American Dental Association) seal of acceptance — the only such product on the market to do so. And many professional organizations recommend that a Save-A-Tooth® be included in each and every first-aid kit.

It looks like gadget geeks are health concious enough to make this one of the top sellers on Gizmodo this month!

The same Save-A-Tooth® device is also found in the  Store-A-Tooth™ collection kit, part of a dental stem cell prerservation service contains which ensures safe transport for stem cell banking.

For those unfamiliar with this, there are adult (non-embryonic) stem cells in teeth. 

With the  Store-A-Tooth™ Service, you can collect and save your children's own dental stem cells, from baby teeth that are naturally falling out or from healthy teeth being extracted, such as wisdom teeth.

Think of it as bio-insurance!

Similar to stem cells from umbilical cord blood, dental stem cells have the potential to be used in many medical applications. They have already been used to regenerate dental bone and periodontal ligament, and are currently being studied by researchers to help treat conditions such as diabetes and spinal cord injury.

More information on how stem cells may lead to breakthroughs in regenerative dentistry and medicine. 

The Save-A-Tooth container is part of the Store-A-Tooth collection kit, used to transport the tooth from your dentist to our laboratory, where the stem cells are taken out and stored in long term cryopreservation. - We chose Save-A-Tooth because it is the only device accepted by the ADA to preserve an avulsed tooth. In the same way it protects and nourishes a knocked out tooth until it can be reimplanted by a dentist, this device enables us to provide the highest quality dental stem cell banking available.

Tags: Dental Stem Cells, Research, Healthcare, Regenerative Medicine, Adult Stem Cells

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