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In 2000 The National Institute of Health (NIH) research on human teeth mentioned the discovery of adult stem cells in impacted third molars and in deciduous teeth that provide the prospect of dentin regeneration, and opportunely cultured on appropriate scaffolds could be used for the replacement of orofacial bone and cartilage [6]. Tooth banking is based on the firm belief that personalized medicine is the most promising avenue for treating challenging diseases and injuries that would occur throughout life.

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