Simple, non-invasive process
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Stem Cells found in teeth are able to treat conditions such as:

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Diabetes Update

BioEden member reveals the dramatic improvement of symptoms from debilitating diabetes just 12 weeks into therapy using his own tooth cells. – August 2015

Stem Cell Treatment

Personalised regenerative medicine is key to good health today.

Stem cell therapy was first used 50 years ago and today routinely carried out on patients around the world.

Discover some of the many hundreds of publications on human therapy using stem cells, and the many hundreds that refer specifically to therapies using stem cells from teeth.

Selected Publications on Therapy using Stem Cells in Humans 2017
Selected Publication on Therapy using Stem Cells in Humans 2017
Stem Cells from Dental Tissue 2017

Mesenchymal Stem Cells

It has been known for many years that human bone marrow contained a type of stem cells known as Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC’s).

A few years ago it was discovered that MSC’s are also found in teeth. These are superior to those found in bone marrow in many aspects and extracting them is a non-invasive process unlike bone marrow aspiration. These cells have the ability to form many types of tissue including muscle, cartilage, nerve, bone, liver, insulin secreting cells, fat, and others.

BioEden was founded to make this technology available by extracting and banking those valuable cells for the future therapeutic use.

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“As a Mum, I feel really confident that my son’s cells are now safe in case he needs them in the future'”

Mrs JBR, Tiddington


Stem cell therapy has been used successfully thousands of times in many countries around the world. Stem cells have been successfully used to grow replacement skin, tracheas, and corneas as well as offer heart repair after a heart attack. It is widely believed that stem cell therapy may offer remedies for such conditions such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s disease, juvenile diabetes, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and certain forms of cancer.