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Child Health Myth-Busting Series Part 3: Dr. Yue On Stem Cells

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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.

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Louisa Lee

Louisa Lee is the Managing Director of DP Dental. DP Dental's experienced team are committed to practicing minimally invasive dentistry. They say that there is simply nothing that can fully match the functionality of your natural teeth; therefore, are dedicated to finding the simplest, most effective solution to a dental problem that preserves as much tooth structure as possible. Louisa also manages Dental ED South East Asia which provides top-notch dental education for the top dentists in the region and an advisory board member of the Imagine Cambodia Foundation. Contact Louisa at DP Dental here.

This post was first published on DP Dental and has been reposted on Connected Women with the permission of the author.
Edited by: Amber Valencia, Image/video credit: Little People Factory

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