Most implant placement achieves the same outcome.All of the other info I have read about this states that 'they' (scientists) can't differentiate between premolars, canines, molars, etc. with
the stem cells. They don't always grow or erupt in the proper direction in laboratory animals. This technology is cool, but still over the horizon
for everyday treatments.
We can visit them at their booth at the medieval fair right next to the blacksmith making custom horse shoes and iron ornaments.i think it will be more like a human tissue implant where they will prep and restore the coronal area after growing a tooth like structure in the socket to get the correct aesthetics.we will still be around but we will be using different machines and techniques and a few of us will still want to do vmks because they dont want to loose their skills because they are artists.
My uncle is a farrier. Maybe we can start something together. Y'know when shoe'n gets slow, teeth pick up and it balances out somehow.We can visit them at their booth at the medieval fair right next to the blacksmith making custom horse shoes and iron ornaments.