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Post by ReadyMom on Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:24 am

On The Value of an Emergency Dental Kit
http://ezinearticles.com/?On-the-Value-of-an-Emergency-Dental-Kit&id=2879861

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---

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Post by ReadyMom on Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:43 am

I 'snipped' this from the end of a larger post, over in the General Dental Information thread:

DENTAL EMERGENCY WHEN ALONE
http://www.drpetrosky.com/emergencies.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 orOrajel 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 towelettesAlcohol preps Breath freshener
  • Travel toothbrush and toothpaste Floss threader
  • Acetaminophen tablets, Motrin Tongue scraper
  • Oral antiseptic Tea bag
  • Anesthetic gel-Ambesol, Campho-Phenique orOrajel 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

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Post by rick1 on Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:54 am

I bought a dental extraction kit a couple of years ago, also have one of those kits that you make temporary fillings with. Also have a few books my dentist gave me from when he was in dental school.

Also have a lot of whiskey to kill the pain before I pull the tooth that people trust me to pull. drunken

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Post by ReadyMom on Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:40 am

No dentist? Oh, no!
http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles2/arnet75b.html

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



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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Post by rick1 on Sat Nov 10, 2018 1:15 pm

I hate going to the dentist, just hate it. I can remember the dentist, while I was in the Corps saying that the mouth causes more illnesses then anything else. He said if you keep your mouth and teeth in good shape, you'll always be healthy.

My grandma used to say, "be true to your teeth or they'll be false to you". Very Happy

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Post by ReadyMom on Sat Nov 10, 2018 4:05 pm

Re hating the dentist. Me too. Bad experience in childhood still gives me flashbacks. It's usually takes two Valium just to walk into his office! Embarassed

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