Losing teeth is always a problem for people. Unlike sharks, human beings get 2 sets of teeth—the starter teeth also known as baby teeth and the permanent teeth. Baby teeth tend to begin to fall out to make room for permanent teeth around the age of 6-7. The permanent teeth, however, are the last teeth we will ever get and that is why we must protect them at all costs.
Sadly, there are multiple things that could cause harm to your permanent teeth such as getting them knocked out in an accident or a fight, improper care such as not brushing or eating the right foods to give your teeth nutrients needed to stay healthy and also genetics. It’s true, some people just cannot keep their teeth due to poor genes and being prone to gum disease.
What if we COULD be like sharks and constantly regrow our teeth? According to Dr. Sid Solomon, the impossible may just be possible thanks to research on stem cells.These stem cells are a key building piece of human life. Progresses in stem cell examination are delivering medical technology nearer to seeing day when we will utilize cell-driven treatments to assault infections or repair harmed body parts. It’s only a matter of time.