Endodontology is encountering a significant change with the advent of regenerative endodontic procedures. Regenerative Endodontic procedures are defined as biologically based procedures designed to replace the damaged structures, including dentin and root structures, as well as cells of the pulp-dentin complex. This book has been written conforming to the current concepts and future prospects in Regenerative Endodontics. With its illustrated discussions on current clinical and research concepts, it sails to the potential future avenues and answers in the evolving field of regenerative sciences. As dentistry is entering an exciting era in which many of the advances in biotechnology and tissue engineering offer opportunities for exploitation in a novel and more effective therapy, this book explores the potential impact and application of Regenerative Endodontics in contemporary practice and research.