Dental pulp banking price

The first step to ensure you are prepared for the next wobbly tooth is to enroll for our service and receive your tooth collection kit. The tooth collection kit (including next day delivery) and return shipping to our laboratory are included in the initial fee.

Child with missing milk tooth and tooth collection kit

Dental pulp banking

CHF 2595

Included

Dental pulp storage for 20 years

Dental pulp collection kit

Dedicated medical courier

Donor blood testing

Micro contamination testing

Free release for treatment

Physical and financial insurance

Initial fee:  CHF 500

Final Balance: CHF 2095*

*Can be paid in 12 monthly rates without interests

*Subject to status. T's & C's apply

All our packages include...

Dedicated medical courier
Full viability testing
Free release for treatment
Insolvency protection
Stored for multiple uses

Frequently asked questions

The process is usually successful using only one tooth. If it does not work with a single tooth, we attempt the process again at no additional cost. There is a limit of three attempts, something we have never needed to abide by yet.

Whilst all teeth contain dental pulp from which stem cells can be isolated, the most desirable teeth are anterior deciduous teeth. These are the top and bottom front six teeth. It is important to remember that like all cells in our body, stem cells deteriorate with age. The younger the better. Because of this, it’s advised to begin the process as soon as you have decided to store the cells.

Yes. If a tooth is free of decay and fillings then it can be processed in our laboratory. Often people who have had wisdom teeth extracted will go on to store the dental pulp.

Why choose us

Once you’ve decided that Cord Blood Banking is for you, you then need to decide which biobank you’re going to trust with your baby’s sample. Here’s why we think you should choose us;

One of the world's most accredited stem cell banks

1st private stem cell bank with GMP certification issued by Swissmedic

Storage of the samples in Switzerland