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In the past, once the pulp of a tooth became diseased, there were few options other than root canal treatment, which leaves the tooth in place but with no living tissue inside. Pulp regeneration seeks to help the dental pulp heal and regenerate from an infection, restoring the tooth to a healthy condition.
In pulp regeneration treatment, The Exchange Dental Group uses tooth regeneration scaffolding (which may be made of collagen, fibrin, or man-made polymers, as well as stem cells derived from the patient’s pulp or bone marrow) to encourage the damaged tooth to repair itself. The controlled delivery of antibiotics eliminates the infection and growth factors stimulate pulp regeneration. In a successful procedure, a root canal will no longer be necessary.
Time is of the essence in all types of dental treatment. If you have a problem tooth and you want to give your it its best chance to recover, give The Exchange Dental Group a call at (212) 422-9229 or send us an email to schedule an appointment so that our doctors can determine whether you are a good candidate for pulp regeneration.
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