What is ExoSome Therapy?
Exosomes are extracellular vesicles that are derived from stem cells. In endodontic treatment, we are able to use exosomes as a way to prevent the need for root canal treatment. Exosomes can even be used during surgical procedures and whenever regeneration is needed. Exosome therapy has been found to be incredibly effective at improve oral and dental health.
Why would you need ExoSome Therapy?
There are several different applications for exosome therapy in the dental office. The most common is during root canal treatment. When a tooth becomes severely decayed, the dental pulp needs to be removed to prevent infection and abscessing. In order to regenerate this pulp and prevent the need for a root canal, exosomes can be used. We may recommend exosomes during surgical procedures as well.
Who is a good candidate for ExoSome Therapy?
Exosome therapy is safe and effective for most of our patients. Prior to recommending this therapeutic option, we will examine your teeth and gums. If we feel you would benefit from exosome therapy, we will recommend it during your appointment. We can go further into detail how exosomes work before the procedure is done.
What happens during ExoSome Therapy?
Exosome membranes can be applied to the area where they are most needed. When it comes to root canal therapy, exosomes can be placed over the pulp to help regenerate it. For surgical procedures, we can use these exosomes to help in the healing process. Exosomes are safe and can be used on patients of varying ages. Being able to utilize a therapy that is so effective can help to prevent the need for more invasive procedures. Exosome therapy has been used for years on many different patients, and we truly believe that it can benefit your future oral health when it comes to healing and being able to prevent the need for more invasive treatments.
If you would like to learn more about exosomes and how they can be used in dentistry, call our office today to speak with one of our professional team members.