Saving children’s teeth is much more helpful than you might think
When it comes to caring for children’s teeth most people first think about how good it will be to look after them over time. Mainly about nostalgic considerations. But saving your child’s teeth turns out to be very helpful for a different reason, and it can end up being very important.
Baby teeth are an important source of stem cells, which are the most important cells in the human body. They can transform into all kinds of different cells, such as bone cells, fat cells, and nerve cells. Stem cells are already used in the treatment of leukemia and other cancers and blood disorders and can also help to repair muscle and muscle damage, and possibly even heart muscle damage after a heart attack. In short, they are very important to us and to medical science.
Especially in the United States keeping baby teeth is a big deal, with the myth of a dentist as its middle man. Children can put their lost tooth under their pillow and the tooth myth will come at night and replace the tooth with money. Maybe you have done this with your children?
Preservation of teeth
But what is the best way to actually save and preserve children’s teeth? First, it is important to pack them in a small bag. That way the stem cells inside the teeth will stay intact. Do this within 48 hours of your child losing a tooth, so be sure it can still be used. You can also buy special dental containers where you can store teeth in a good way. We recommend that you go to medical science on beauty and elegance, however. It can save lives one day!