Research on dental pulp stem cells has been ongoing since their discovery in 2003. Clinical research has already shown that Mesenchymal stem cells are well suited to address a wide variety of conditions and illnesses. Among the wide variety of conditions that dental pulp stem cells can address, they are particularly well suited for addressing conditions in areas such as spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, tissue engineering, type 1 diabetes, bio-engineered teeth, oral/maxillofacial surgery, corneal repair, regenerative dentistry, wound healing, heart attack, liver disease, and osteoporosis.
Below is a chronological list of dental stem cell related research publications and publication reviews, with links to the original sources. If you have a suggestion for the list, please submit it here.