The scientists have designed Dental stoppings that restore teeth
As it is known, under the enamel, there is a dentin, which protects the pulp - a soft, fibrous tissue filling the tooth. The pulp includes nerves, blood and lymph vessels.
Today’s used materials have adverse effect on the dental tissue cells. Therefore, they cannot contact with the pulp, and dentists have to either remove a tooth or fill a root canal. New artificially synthesized biomaterial can be placed directly on the pulp by stimulating the production of stem cells that promote the regeneration of pulp and dentin.