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tooth regeneration

Monday 17 October 2011

A tooth is a complex biological organ and consists of multiple tissues including the enamel, dentin, cementum and pulp.

Tooth regeneration represents a revolution in stomatology as a shift in the paradigm from repair to regeneration: repair is by metal or artificial materials whereas regeneration is by biological restoration.

Tooth regeneration is an extension of the concepts in the broad field of regenerative medicine to restore a tissue defect to its original form and function by biological substitutes.

Keywords: SRF


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