Dental and Craniofacial Regeneration:

Dental and craniofacial regeneration is a specialist area of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine that aims to replace missing or damaged tissues in the mouth and face. To enhance both functional and aesthetic benefits, this field of regenerative medicine targets a variety of structures, including teeth, gums, jawbones, and other facial tissues. A more thorough explanation of dental and craniofacial regeneration is provided below:

Tooth Regeneration: Replacing or repairing damaged or missing teeth is one of the main goals of dental regeneration. To encourage the formation of new teeth or repair damaged ones, researchers are examining a number of strategies, including tissue engineering methods, stem cell therapy, and bioengineered tooth scaffolds. These procedures seek to offer a durable, practical, and all-natural remedy for tooth loss.





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