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Comments on Tooth Bud From Stem Cells Looms Large
Implanted tooth buds created from stem cells may replace false teeth. This procedure has been shown to work in mice, and may work in humans as well. (Read the complete story)

"This procedure sounds great but I doubt that the average person will ever have access to this treatment. I can imagine that the cost will be prohibitive and only wealthy people will make use of this technology. The cost of tooth implants is about 2000 per tooth. Not many people can afford that level of cost so I wonder if growing one's own teeth will be cheaper than the tooth implants?"
(Ann 12/17/2004 7:52:35 AM)
"I find it fascinating that maybe one day people could grow teeth again(like sharks.I for one would definately have it done as i have unsightly fillings.I just hope one day it becomes a possibility"
(Debbie 6/2/2005 7:55:43 AM)
"Please tell me how I may becom a canadiate for this procedure. My email: hjbriggs@verizon.net Thank you,"
(Harla Briggs 9/30/2005 7:43:01 AM)
"I would like to be a candidate for this process. Please email me at bill@empire4.com"
(bill parks 5/26/2006 8:28:39 AM)
"omg! i want new teeth when will it be here?"
(dragon  7/18/2006 1:33:59 AM)
"no its not 2000 bucks a tooth it cost 2000 for 12 teeth."
(dragon  7/18/2006 1:43:27 AM)
"where the stem cells may be obtained from ? Only from babys ? Why adult stem cell are not so good ? Where an adult may donate stem cell from ? When on human experiments will be made ? victor_cuteanu@yahoo.com"
(Victor Cuteanu 11/18/2006 12:56:17 AM)
"I want in, also asianman12@hotmail.com"
( 12/5/2006 11:29:20 AM)
"would love to get this treatment need a front tooth desperatly,I want to be a test persons please"
(john 12/7/2007 8:18:33 AM)
"Will like to be a part of this treatment test team. rajano_1ATyahoo.com"
(R** 3/5/2008 2:33:16 PM)
"Will it be for masses or a few ? If it is for masses I will like to be part of this research & contribute to this work. e-mail rajeshbansal97@rediffmail.com"
(Dr Rajesh Bansal 5/28/2008 2:40:30 AM)
"Would like to be apart of research study for stem cell bud implants- I am disabled vet with an income of only 931.00\mo. can't afford any dental care."
(ricsaratan@juno.com 10/7/2008 7:51:10 AM)
"This procedure sounds very interesting, my young daughter genetically only has 20 adult teeth and this bothers her very much. e-mail debra@sterlingnetworks.org"
(Dee 9/15/2009 12:50:36 PM)
"Lost all my teeth age 45 due to radiation for eye cancer and dentures won't stay in even had frenectomy lingual labial surgery. I have been on fluids only for 4 YEARS! Suffering hunger pains and gas constantly. I would love to participate in this study! Mycountryroses@sympatico.ca Ontario Canada"
(Emilie Allan 10/12/2009 2:49:09 PM)

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