Although losing teeth in an unfortunate occurrence, it is not uncommon. Sometimes people lose their teeth in a car accident or when they fail to take care of their teeth in the right way. It is interesting to note that according to the stats shared by the Underground Health Report, 26% of individuals have lost all of their permanent teeth as they reach the age of 75. 

The most common solutions to teeth loss are getting dentures, dental implants, and stem cell dental implants

Regrow teeth with Stem Cells

Why dental implants & dentures are not necessarily the most optimal solutions? 

The problem with dental implants is that the healing process can extensive. It takes months for the implant to heal completely. The second problem with dental implants is that the jawbone keeps on growing through the entirety of a person’s life. If the implant is unable to align with the growing jawbone, it can cause problems. Lastly, there are inherent risks, although minimal when done properly. Some potential problems with dental implants are that it can damage the nerve, infect the implantation site, create sinus problems, and can result in a further bone loss if infected. 

As far as dentures are concerned, they have their own complications. The wearer cannot forget for a single moment the presence of them in his/her mouth. Eating anything or speaking normally can become an issue for the patient. 

Naturally, a person who has lost his/her tooth wants to get a solution that is permanent and does not come with complications. This is where stem cell dental implants come in. 

What are stem cell dental implants? 

Evident by the name, stem cell dental implants take a different approach compared to traditional dental implants or dentures. All thanks to modern technology and advancement in the dental field, we have potentially far sophisticated methods to solve dental issues.

Stem cell dental implants work towards regrowing the missing teeth in the affected person’s mouth. The problem with human teeth is that throughout a person’s lifetime, they only get two sets of teeth (baby teeth are lost at the age of 12 or 13 while adult teeth need to last till lifetime). 

Scientists explored how stem cells can be used for growing new teeth in a human. The human body consists of different types of cells. Stem cells are one of the types of cells. They basically help in creating all the systems and organs in the human body. 

Stem cells can be found in every tissue of the body. They aid in creating and replenishing the body. Stem cells are usually placed in places that are hidden among other cells or buried deep down. Scientists after extensive studying, dental research, and observing found out that both baby and adult teeth have their own reservoir of stem cells. These stem cells can be used to regrow teeth completely. 

Dr. Jeremy Mao of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory, along with his team successfully induced the body's stem cells to build a tooth. The tooth was based on a three-dimensional scaffold, which consists of natural materials. According to Dr. Mao, this method is a cost-effective alternative for patients who cannot afford to get good quality dental implants. 

Columbia University Medical Center reported recently that this style of regrowing teeth helps in a faster recovery rate. Moreover, this tooth also has the ability to adapt and grow with the jawbone. 

Stem Cell Dental Implants

Best Cosmetic Dentist NYC 

If you are in NYC and currently looking for a dentist who can help you in any type of dental treatment or aid in growing your teeth back, look no further than iSmile. iSmile, for the last 35 years, has been working in NYC to provide its people with state-of-the-art dental procedures and treatments. Their team of competent and expert dentists with years of experience in the field listen to your issues intently and come up with solutions that suit you best. 


With technology, things are changing at an exponential rate. No field in the world has remained aloof of it, and it is actually a win-win situation for both dentists and patients. Less painful procedures, fewer costs, and more efficiency are some of the best factors about these modern solutions. Stem cell dental implants will be a great alternative to dental implants and dentures when available and compatible with a patient’s needs. 

It is important to note here that no matter what dental treatment you get, it is important to take care of your dental health. You should always be careful about your dental hygiene and not take it for granted. From brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing daily, and booking an appointment with your dentists every six months - do everything to ensure optimal dental health. 

If you have any dental issues or want to get professional advice, book your appointment today with us! 

Dr Jeffrey Shapiro

Dr. Jeffrey Shapiro 

Manhattan Cosmetic Dentist