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A Homegrown Smile? Atlanta Dentist Examines New Research on the Biological Teeth Replacement
Date:3/29/2013

the dental industry is years away from having the ability to produce these results on a large scale. The primary obstacle involves developing easily produced, affordable synthetic human embryonic teeth cells.

Once this technology is developed, people in the future may be able to regrow their own smiles. However, Dr. Zelby warns that patients who have a missing tooth or several missing teeth should not wait until bioteeth are readily available to find a replacement for lost dentition. “Even one missing tooth can lead to a number of oral health problems, including an increased risk of tooth decay and a number of issues with proper bite and alignment,” says Dr. Zelby.

While bridgework and partial dentures offer reliable prosthetic solutions, most progressive dentists recommend that patients with missing teeth explore the possibility of dental implants. “Dental implants are the closest facsimile of a natural tooth that we have readily available,” Dr. Zelby asserts. Dental implants replicate both the crown and root structures of a real tooth, provide better support than other dental prosthetics, and can aid in maintaining healthy jawbone density.

Dr. David Zelby specializes in restorative dentistry and dental prosthetics and practices at Aesthetic & Implant Dentistry of Atlanta. To speak to Dr. Zelby about dental implants, teeth replacement, or any general dental health concern, call (770) 995-0550 or visit http://www.davidzelbydds.com.

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