Child Health Myth-Busting Series Part 3: Dr. Yue On Stem Cells
Contributed by Louisa Lee November 16, 2017
Teeth are made of bones. But your child’s milk teeth also have tiny little molecules in them, stem cells.
Most of us are familiar with cord blood and how some families chose to save it because of the precious, and potentially life-saving stem cells inside.
Now scientists are proving that milk teeth are far more important than we ever thought. Not only do they related to posture and breathing (see Part 1 and Part 2), but milk teeth have active stem cells in them!
Listen to Dr Yue Weng Cheu, a Clinical Director at DP Dental, share more.
Watch out for the remaining videos in the myth-busting series on airways.