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It is said that scientists know how to grow back new teeth

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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 08:26 AM
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Well i have heard of this but have seen no documentation on the subject as it's top secret at the moment, however on skynews last week it was mentioned that there was no need for drilling and filling of teeth as dentists are now able to perform some kind of electrical charge to make the decay heal itself.

now it has come to my attention that with the new www.pressonveneers.com that seem to be all the rave at the moment and i have to say they look fantastic and are very inexpensive, that when thousands of people start going down this road instead of paying for expensive porcelain crowns that are timely and painful then the dentists will have to come up with some new ideas like letting us all in on how they can now grow new teeth if they don't let us in on this information they will go out of business so it has to come in the near future and hopefully faster than they predict. sorry peeps i have no source of info on the new teeth re-growth as it's top secret




posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 08:45 AM
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Well it certainly sounds like a very interesting future for dental care if this is true. I hope they do not hold this back from the public.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 09:01 AM
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a reply to: PlanetxIsComing

several years back, i can't remember how long ago but know it's been at least ten years or longer, on the way to work one morning i heard on the radio that scientists had grown new teeth in lab rats and were working on a way to do it in humans.

never heard any thing about again.

just out of curiosity, i did a search for that and found this.
Teasing Out New Teeth

i think that they maybe further along, just holding back there big money in dentistry.

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ETA: did a little more looking and found this.
New teeth grown from urine - study

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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 09:02 AM
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a reply to: PlanetxIsComing

Your link isn't working for me but I'd rather put my faith in a technology that isn't top secret , stem cells are being used to regrow teeth in rats and it's believed that within a decade we could be using them to regrow our own teeth ....just need to hold on to mine for a few more years then I'll grow some new ones.
Stem cell research is opening up the way for new teeth "grown" from an unlikely source - human urine.



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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 09:08 AM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: PlanetxIsComing

Your link isn't working for me but I'd rather put my faith in a technology that isn't top secret , stem cells are being used to regrow teeth in rats and it's believed that within a decade we could be using them to regrow our own teeth ....just need to hold on to mine for a few more years then I'll grow some new ones.
Stem cell research is opening up the way for new teeth "grown" from an unlikely source - human urine.




So maybe all those people who drink their own pee are on to something?!!
Pass....



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 10:38 AM
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a reply to: jaynkeel

If it meant getting shiny new teeth I'd drink it , I do draw the line at drinking other peoples though


Stem cells baby , the key to eternal life.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 10:40 AM
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This is true... I often visit www.futuretimeline.net and was amazed afew months ago to find that apparently by 2017 tooth regeneration will be possible...
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www.futuretimeline.net...-regeneration

Having been demonstrated in mice,* bioengineered tooth regeneration is becoming available to humans.* A combination of stem cells, scaffold material and signalling molecules can be used to regrow a fully functional, living tooth in around two months – complete with roots, inner pulp and outer enamel. Until now, dental implant therapies had required pre-existing, high quality bone structures to support the artificial implants. Full reconstruction of natural, healthy teeth in patients without adequate bone support is therefore now possible. Another technique to emerge this year is Electrically Accelerated and Enhanced Remineralisation (EAER). This allows a decayed tooth to effectively repair and heal itself without the need for drills, needles or fillings. This breakthrough procedure uses electrical stimulation to help teeth "remineralise" by pushing minerals like calcium and phosphate back into the tooth to repair the damaged site.* Fillings and dentures will gradually become obsolete as a result of these and other new treatments, improving the health and well-being of millions of people.


they have references at the bottom of the page to support too...
nextbigfuture.com...

A bioengineered tooth germ placed in the jaw of a mouse (top) buds through the gum at 36 days (center) and fully grows in after 49 days (bottom). Credit: Takashi Tsuji/Tokyo University of Science A Japanese group, led by cell biologist Takashi Tsuji of Tokyo University of Science in Noda, Chiba Prefecture, focused on tooth germs, the embryonic tissues that develop into teeth.


ezinearticles.com...:-Human-Teeth-Regeneration&id=5955239

truly amazing have a look at other things you can look year by year all the way to like thousands of years in future
and a link for tooth repair
www.futuretimeline.net...


New technique allows decayed tooth to repair itself Reminova Ltd, a new spin-out company from King's College London, has developed a new dental technique that allows a decayed tooth to effectively repair and heal itself without the need for drills, needles or fillings. This breakthrough procedure, which uses electrical stimulation to help teeth "remineralise", could be available as early as 2017.

*bold added*
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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 01:24 PM
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I remember reading a study about this years ago where they successfully grew teeth in rats or mice. I can see dentists banding together to stop this the same way that oil companies stopped 100-200 mile per gallon carburetors. But it would be awesome to be able to do this if you got your teefers knocked out or whatever. That's a great day in oral science!
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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 01:33 PM
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I hope we can regrow teeth soon...
I have a demineralization problem and keep getting holes in my teeth, I have at least 2 right now... And I have no insurance, so no dentist for me. It's just a matter of time until my teeth start rotting away...



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 01:56 PM
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I read an article nearly a decade ago about how Infra-sound showed promise to promote new tooth growth... somehow... and they were researching how to practically expose people to the specific infra-sound frequency long enough to re-grow the teeth.

I don't know the specifics or even if it was plausible, but the article was not in a tabloid, but a "respected" periodical.

Whether or not infra-sound works, I would think regrowing teeth would be child's play at this point in med-tech... and dentists could just switch to growing you new teeth in their offices, so I doubt there is a conspiracy to keep dentists going. Besides, who loves dentists (besides their family)?

Although... you hardly ever see an elite with missing teeth! Maybe there IS ... (kidding ...just kidding)



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:05 PM
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a reply to: PlanetxIsComing

Dental supply market is expected to be worth around $26 Billion, while the dental implants and dentures market is worth around $6.5 Billion, expected to rise to over $9 Billion by 2018.

There's probably another $10 or $20 Billion floating around in everyday checkups, fillings and cleaning, and cosmetics.

If we can simply heal or regrow our own teeth, that's a potential market of around $90 Billion in 2018 down the tubes.

I doubt they will allow that to happen, so don't forget to floss.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:09 PM
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This is fabulous news! Now if they'd just move it up to say, next year, that'd make me a happy gal. I know I have a tooth(or more) that could benefit from that technology.




posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:15 PM
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I have been watching this technology and am very hopeful.

I lost almost all my teeth when I got hit my a drunk driver in 1984 and my face going through her windshield at 70 MPH.

Cracked about all of them and over the next 5 years they all had to be extracted. I can't seem to wear false teeth as they bug me too bad.

When they finally get the procedure working I wonder if normal people will be able to afford it?

I can't stress enough to people, TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEETH, you have no idea what it's like to have to live without them!
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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:18 PM
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a reply to: MysterX

Are you suggesting that just because when we have the ability to regrow teeth that it will actually obsolete the role of a dentist? Wouldn't it make more sense to remove the money from implants and dentures and leave the actual dentistry alone? Even if you can regrow teeth, are you going to wait for it to fall out of you head or are you going to take care of them?

I'm not a man of medicine, but I think it'd be preferable to have teeth be healthy and checked on even with the potential of regrowing them later. I mean, isn't it preferable to not have tooth pain from dental caries, even for a short while?

And let's not forget orthodontists... They're always going to be needed.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:26 PM
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a reply to: PlanetxIsComing

This has some truth to it i did not read this article however im sure it has been over a year now since 2 members of the university of alberta announced the ability to grow new teeth for anyone at any age with a new ultra sound proceedure...

If i had thier toys and budget i would show the world a device to cure anything as well as make you young again of course it would involve several years to log all the harmonic frequency signitures which would be required.

I hope someone can atleast be sparked by my statement to proove me right...



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 03:02 PM
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I remember reading about sonic waves being used to regrow teeth, but then no follow up.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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a reply to: hounddoghowlie
Teeth in rats have always grown back, just like a beaver they must chew to keep them from growing out.

OP, I don't understand why you post on re-growing teeth and then point at an old procedure such as veneers.
Veneer is just a coat of paint over the old rust.
Plus we all know that growing teeth would put dentists fully out of business.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 03:18 PM
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I would think that it would make more money than normal fillings would, less time drilling or no drilling. next patient please.

Then of course you would get the same customer back through the doors like last time because he/she is prone to eating bad.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 06:16 PM
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a reply to: g146541
rats and mice front teeth never stop growing, that is true. but if the tooth's root is lost or severely damaged the tooth it will not regrow.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 06:44 PM
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a reply to: PlanetxIsComing

It's not top secret. Ulrra sound like ultra sonic waves can regrow a tooth if the root is still alive in humans. It's undergoing testing right now.



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