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 Post subject: Dental: How to Make your Own DENTAL EMERGENCY TRAVEL KIT
PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 4:15 pm 
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FAMILY GENTLE DENTAL CARE, DR. DAN PETERSON
1415 SAGE STREET ~ GERING, NEBRASKA 69341

http://www.dentalgentlecare.com/emergency%20travel%20kit.htm

This kit will help you to deal with a toothache, loss of a filling, cap or crown, tooth fracture, and gum irritation. This kit is for emergencies only. It is not intended to replace regular professional dental care.
Take a small study plastic box/ container and include:

    Alcohol preps
    Breath freshener
    Travel toothbrush and toothpaste
    Floss threader
    Acetaminophen tablets, Motrin
    Tongue scraper
    Oral antiseptic
    Tea bag
    Anesthetic gel-Ambesol, Campho-Phenique or Orajel
    Salt
    Dent Temp or Tempenol-temporary filling material
    Cotton rolls
    Cotton swabs
    Explorer
    Dental floss-double sided
    Cotton balls
    Antibiotics
    Cotton gauze (2x2)
    Mouth mirror
    Tweezers
    Oil of cloves
    Stick of wax
    Rubber gloves
    Small plastic spatula
    Round two picks
    Ice Pack
    Baking soda
    Aloe vera gel
    Wintergreen
    Antibacterial towelettes

Include the emergency instructions by Dr. Peterson for dental emergencies in this kit! [/list] ---- continued at link, above ---

The Emergency instructions include:

    BREATH-BAD

    ORTHODONTIC PROBLEMS -Braces

    CROWN COMES OFF

    DENTAL INJURIES CAN BE PREVENTED

    BROKEN DENTURE, BRIDGE, OR PLATE

    DRY MOUTH

    BLEADING AFTER AN EXTRACTION

    PAIN AFTER 36 HOURS AFTER AN EXTRACTION Dry Socket

    NUMBNESS CONTINUES AFTER EXTRACTION

    STILL UNHEALED EXTRACTION SITE

    BROKEN/ FRACTURED /CHIPPED TOOTH OR FILLING

    INJURY TO THE SOFT TISSUE INSIDE THE MOUTH

    BURNING GUMS AND/OR ROOF OF MOUTH

    SORE GUMS

    SORE AFTER SCALING AND ROOT PLANNING

    GUM SURGERY

    FRACTURED JAW

    SWOLLEN JAW

    SMALL BLACK LESION

    SMALL WHITE LESION

    WHAT TO TELL YOUR DENTIST WHEN YOU CALL

PLEASE NOTE: The information contained herein is intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended and should not be construed as the delivery of dental/medical care and is not a substitute for personal hands on dental/medical attention, diagnosis or treatment. Persons requiring diagnosis, treatment, or with specific questions are urged to contact your family dental/health care provider for appropriate care.


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 Post subject: Re: Dental: How to Make your Own DENTAL EMERGENCY TRAVEL KIT
PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:11 pm 
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Dental Emergency Kit

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On The Value of an Emergency Dental Kit
http://gomestic.com/emergency-preparati ... ental-kit/

by Joseph Parish on Sep 06, 2009

Recent trends on the internet survival and preparedness groups today seem to center upon natural disaster preparedness packages or pandemic emergency supply kits, however one hears very little concerning emergency dental supply kits.

Recent trends on the internet survival and preparedness groups today seem to center upon natural disaster preparedness packages or pandemic emergency supply kits, however one hears very little concerning emergency dental supply kits.

For your own piece of mind it is important that you understand what dental emergency items you should be maintaining. Naturally, by merely taking proper care of our mouth and teeth and seeking regular professional dental care we often tend to minimize the amount of dental emergencies one would experience. Unfortunately, in times of crisis these situations could quickly change. You family dental care specialist may not be readily available and in order to care for yourself and your family you would need to accumulate specific tools and supplies. --- continued at link, above ---


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 Post subject: Re: Dental: How to Make your Own DENTAL EMERGENCY TRAVEL KIT
PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2013 4:45 pm 
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No dentist? Oh, no!
http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles2/arnet75b.html

By Gary F. Arnet, D.D.S.

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Dental first aid kit

The first time I needed to treat a broken tooth while backpacking, I opened my first aid kit and there was nothing that would help. I’ll bet yours is the same. A few small, lightweight items available at a drug store or market can be added to your first aid kit to treat dental emergencies. I recommend the following:

    * Dental floss
    * Soft dental or orthodontic wax
    * Cotton pellets
    * Tempanol or Cavit temporary filling material
    * Oil of cloves (eugenol)
    * Small dental tweezers

When working in the mouth, remember to always wear protective gloves from your first aid kit to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.


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