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(a) DP-MSCs growing from explants of dental pond tissue of the deciduous tooth. (b) Differentiation into osteoblasts (stained with Alizarin Red S).
Also, it is reported to have antibacterial effect on bacteria isolated from the deciduous tooth canals (39).
If there is no specific indication for extraction, another treatment alternative is to leave the persistent deciduous tooth in place, if the tooth has good (or at least acceptable) crown-root structure, functionality, and aesthetics.
Another untapped question is as follows: are stem cells collected more easily from a supernumerary than normal deciduous tooth?
The second theory advocates that DCs are inflammatory and occur in immature teeth as a result of inflammation from a nonvital deciduous tooth or another source spreading to involve the tooth follicle.
In fact, the DL-4 cell line was derived from a deciduous tooth at an advanced stage of root resorption, whereas DL-1, although also derived from a deciduous tooth, was at an early stage of root resorption.
From each deciduous tooth germ at its bell stage a lingual successional lamina grows from the site of continuity between outer and enamel epithelium and dental lamina.
The deciduous tooth will start to lose its root and become progressively loose, in a process which takes several years to complete for each tooth.
Lead levels among various deciduous tooth types, Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 47:602-608.
Permanent and deciduous tooth specimens were then exposed to SEM scanning following mineral content evaluation (mainly calcium and phosphorous) by EDX (Quanta 200 FEG).