Teething can begin as early as 4 months of age, but most babies don’t get their first tooth until 6 months. Teeth usually come in pairs. These “first teeth” are necessary for a child to chew and speak. But baby teeth serve another very important purpose. A recent study, conducted by the famous expert and Dr. Songtao Shi and his colleagues, at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, has discovered that baby teeth actually contain one to two dozen valuable stem cells, which can be used later on in life to treat a variety of diseases.
For a long time now, many experts have been studying how stem cells can be used in the brain, pancreas, heart and other organs to repair damage caused by different diseases. Watch this video below to learn more.
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