Dr. Molly Gunsaulis Offers Parents the Chance to Ensure Their Child's Future Health by Saving Stem Cells from Baby Teeth

Baby teeth are the most accessible stem cells found in children. Obtaining and preserving these valuable cells will create peace-of-mind for parents who want the best health possible for their children. Molly Gunsaulis, DDS Dentistry for Children, is a pediatric dental practice involved in the recovery and preservation of dental stem cells found in baby teeth.

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Spokane, WA (PRWEB) January 26, 2009

A routine trip to Molly Gunsaulis, DDS Dentistry for Children may cure life-threatening diseases for Spokane's children. Dr. Molly Gunsaulis has expanded her pediatric dental practice to incorporate the recovery and preservation of dental stem cells found in baby teeth. She is currently one of two dentists, and the only pediatric dental specialist, in the Spokane area to offer this revolutionary service.

Dr. Gunsaulis is able to give parents peace-of-mind knowing these valuable cells are stored and readily available, if needed. By partnering with StemSave, a collaboration of leading stem cell researchers and dentists, Dr. Gunsaulis is able to provide this affordable, safe, and reliable service to Spokane's families.

Parents appreciate having this new and cutting-edge service available to them for the first time. Saving stem cells now gives families the opportunity to take advantage of new and future stem cell technologies in a way not possible in the past. Most parents realize their children will see new medical treatments emerge in their lifetimes that will extend and improve their lives. Instead of discarding a child's baby tooth, parents can choose to store the very cells capable of forming different kinds of tissues and organs in the future.

Dr. Gunsaulis encourages interested parents to enroll online at StemSave and schedule an appointment for an extraction when their child has a loose front tooth. An appointment that will save a baby tooth and may save a life.

Dr. Gunsaulis is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association and the Spokane District Dental Society. She is a medical staff member at Sacred Heart Medical Center, and an affiliate faculty member of the University of Washington's Pediatric Dentistry Department.

Molly Gunsaulis, DDS 
Dentistry for Children 

15404 E Springfield Ave Suite 102

Spokane Valley, WA 99037

http://www.growsmileshine.com

Contact: 
Janelle Lee, Practice Administrator 

Monday-Thursday: 7am-3pm and Sat: 9am-1pm

P 509-922-1333    

F 509-922-4338



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