Alzheimer’s drug used to regrow teeth

Posted by | January 9, 2017 09:11 | Filed under: Good News Planet

This could be the end of fillings.

They used biodegradable collagen sponges to deliver the treatment – applying low doses of the drug to the tooth.

After a short while the sponge degraded – being replaced by the newly created dentine. This lead to a complete and natural repair of the tooth.

This method could reduce the risk of infections – of which fillings are prone to, the study published in the journal Scientific Reports suggests.

And the scientists say this could in turn reduce the need for teeth extractions by cutting the risk of bugs.

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One response to Alzheimer’s drug used to regrow teeth

  1. RandyBastard January 9th, 2017 at 12:00

    This is huge! My mouth thanks whoever did this.

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