Section 1-3. The possibility of “Hazo” implantation which is indicated by “Hazo” theory

What will happen if we stand on “Hazo” concept, a new paradigm? The possibility of organ transplantation such as heart and kidneys has already been established. If teeth are organs, the extracted teeth could be probably implanted alive under appropriate conditions.
As stated above, judging from the results obtained in re-implantation of teeth as the emergency treatments, such a possibility seems to be higher. From the view point of verification of the new paradigm, this should be investigated by all means. If affirmative, it goes without saying that this would be a great Word of God for human beings. This is because our teeth need not to be extracted even if our teeth are affected by dental caries.
When I reached the new paradigm, teeth being recognized as our organs, I promptly considered this advantage. “Hazo” transplantation is associated with one difficult problem. That is related to the adhesion bond conducive to closing tiny holes which are located at the top of dental root and called as “apical foramen”. This adhesion bond is also used at the occasion of implantation of cracked teeth but once the said teeth are taken out of the mouth, the blood stream in the dental pulp is eventually discontinued, resulting in necrosis of the dental pulp tissues and finally decomposition.
As the prophylactic procedure, the said dental pulp tissues should be taken out before implantation, followed by aseptically sealing off the tiny holes known as “apical foramen” which is filled with blood vessels and relevant nerves. However, the sealing materials have a direct contact with the bone; therefore, incompatibility of this material to the living body would cause occurrence of improper reactions such as inflammatory reactions, evolving into failure of the operation and detachment of the teeth. Even though the holes are tiny, immunological rejection takes place therein. However, it was unknown what kind of materials should be used for this purpose.

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