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Restoration of tissues destroyed by periodontitis to their original form and function has been a long standing goal of periodontal therapy.

Restoration of tissues destroyed by periodontitis to their original form and function has been a long standing goal of periodontal therapy.

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  • 1. Stem cell mantra in periodontal regeneration Introduction Restoration of tissues destroyed by periodontitis to their original form and function has been a long standing goal of periodontal therapy. This poster discusses the clinical utility of stem cells in periodontal regeneration by reviewing relevant literature that assesses the periodontal-regenerative potential of stem cells.Slide No. 1 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No.16
  • 2. Mesenchymal stem cell collection Tooth •Pulp Bone marrow •Periodontal ligament Magnetically activated cell sorting (MACS) or Dynal bead selection using STRO-1 antibodySlide No. 2 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No.16
  • 3. Slide No. 3 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No. 16
  • 4. Periodontalprogenitor cells andtissue engineeringSlide No. 4 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No.16
  • 5. Slide No. 5 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No.16
  • 6. Conclusion Stem cells in conjunction with different physical matrices and growth factors, have the capacity to regenerate periodontal tissues.It is this combined and solid knowledge base that will underpin future treatment modalities and ultimately make stem cell-based tissue engineering a realistic alternative in periodontal regeneration.Slide No. 6 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No.16
  • 7. Conclusion Stem cells in conjunction with different physical matrices and growth factors, have the capacity to regenerate periodontal tissues.It is this combined and solid knowledge base that will underpin future treatment modalities and ultimately make stem cell-based tissue engineering a realistic alternative in periodontal regeneration.Slide No. 6 Dr. JUHI SAINI Poster No.16