Scientists are developing a drug that allows teeth to grow back for the third time
While we're used to the idea of teeth only growing twice, a new drug may make it possible to grow a third set.
Scientists are making major strides in developing a breakthrough drug that could enable teeth to grow back.
Clinical trials are scheduled to begin in July next year. They hope it will be available for dentists to use by 2030.
The research, led by Kitano Hospital in Japan, aims to bring "a therapeutic drug to patients who are missing a full set of adult teeth due to congenital factors" - related to genetic or developmental influences that occurred before birth