Dr. Kevin Neshat, Nu Image Surgical & Dental Implant Center, Partners with Stem Save

Raleigh: Dr. Kevin Neshat, Board Certified Oral Surgeon of Nu Image Surgical & Dental Implant Center, has teamed up with StemSave™, Inc., the market leader in the field of stem cell recovery and cryo-preservation, to enable patients to recover and save very powerful stem cells found in teeth. The recent discovery that stem cells exist in teeth has the potential to transform dentistry and the future of medical treatments. Stem cells are the basis for the emerging field of Regenerative Medicine. Today, hospitals are utilizing stem cells to treat leukemia and heart failure and are transplanting organs grown from a patient’s own stem cells. There are more than 78 clinical trials involving stem cell treatments underway and the US Military is developing stem cell therapies to treat soldiers wounded in action. The current research being conducted suggests that stem cell therapies will be able to treat many of today’s most difficult diseases, such as diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, muscular dystrophy, cancer and many more.

“As a dentist it is truly remarkable that I can offer my patients a potential life-saving procedure by simply preserving teeth that would otherwise be discarded,” said Dr. Kevin Neshat.

StemSave’s patented technology turns routine trips to the dentist into potentially live-saving experiences. In particular, children and young adults should consider banking their stem cells while undergoing procedures such as the extraction of wisdom teeth or baby teeth. These planned dental procedures provide an ideal time to preserve one’s stem cells.

“We are thrilled to partner with Dr. Neshat and Nu Image, to make harvesting stem cells from teeth easy and affordable, this way everyone can benefit from the powerful medical applications of stem cells,” said Dr. Gregory Chotkowski, Oral Surgeon and president of StemSave.

StemSave is a collaborative effort between stem cell researchers and the dental community to provide families, and individuals an affordable, non-invasive methodology for the recovery and cryopreservation of the powerful and valuable adult stem cells residing within baby teeth, wisdom teeth, permanent teeth for future use in personalized medicine and regenerative medical therapies.

Dr. Kevin Neshat encourages interested patients and families to enroll online at StemSave and schedule an appointment to discuss further.
Dr. Kevin Neshat is a board certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon and is the founder of Nu Image Surgical & Dental Implant Center in Raleigh and Wake Forest, North Carolina. He has pioneered several dental implant procedures in the Triangle, including the use of Zygoma implants and Teeth-in-an-Hour™. He is a Clinical Professor at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry, Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Neshat routinely lectures on the topic of dental implants while acting as the Director of Nu Image Advanced Dental Seminars, a leading educational module for dental professionals in North Carolina.
His work has captured the attention of major media networks including ABC, NBC, CBS, The News & Observer, CNBC, Reuters, and Yahoo Finance.

StemSave, Inc.
StemSave provides an affordable and non-invasive method for the recovery and cryo-preservation of the powerful Adult Stem Cells found in teeth by teaming up with dentists to harvest stem cells during routine dental procedures.

Contact: Taryn Langer, Group SJR: 212-751-3392, tlanger@groupsjr.com
Kevin Neshat, DDS, MD
Nu Image Surgical & Dental Implant Center
8305 Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 105, Raleigh, NC 27615
1725 South Main Street, Suite 101, Wake Forest, NC 27587
919-841-1720
http://www.NCimplant.com

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