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Emergency Dental Kit
When a dental emergency occurs, but there isn't a dentist available, you'll want to have this temporary repair kit to hold you over until you can see a dentist. Contents: 1 plastic tweezers 4 cotton rolls 4 Orasol gel packets, 1 disposable dental mirror 6 cotton pellets 2 antimicrobial skin wipes 1 dental floss (5 yd.) 2 units temporary cement 4 ibuprofen tablets 2 spatulas 5 temporary fillings 2 dental picks 5 units dental wax 1 instruction sheet 2 mixing bowls 2 sterile gauze pads (2" x 2")
Repair dental emergencies while traveling.
Easy to use.
Temporary repair for dental emgergency.
compact for convenient travel
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181 of 183 found the following review helpful:
Not a serious kit at allJun 19, 2012
I bought this after reading the great reviews here on amazon, boy am I sorry I did. For a moment, will put to the side that the package was missing two items that were listed on the packing list and just concentrate on the contents, of lack thereof. Here is what you get:
Here are the included items I would consider almost without worth or better substituted for your normal bathroom kit item or similar description:
- Plastic tweezers. These are absolutely garbage.
- Plastic dental mirror. Again, total garbage, even listed as disposable.
- 5 yrds of floss
- 2 flat plastic "spatulas." Again, these are just tiny sticks of plastic, garbage.
- 2 paper dishes. Like the kind you meds would be delivered to a patient in at the hospital.
- 4 Cotton rolls
- A VERY small amount of dental wax
- 2 gauze pads. The kind you get at any pharmacy for pennies each.
- 4 200mg tablets of ibuprofen
- 2 skin wipes like you get after a meal of ribs or chicken wings
As you can see, this stuff is either just plain garbage (tweezers, spatulas, and mirror), or is such an item you A) either already pack (floss, ibuprofen, wipes, etc), or B) really don't need to spend a premium for what little tiny amount you're getting (paper cups, cotton rolls, gauze, etc).
Some items would be useful:
- A VERY small amount of temporary cement and temporary filling
- 1 CC of Eugenol. You read that correctly, ONE CC. Don't spill any!
But again, you can get this stuff at your local pharmacy for WAY, WAY cheaper. Not even close, and I don't mind spending up a bit for a good kit that saves me time running around. This one is just plain poor.
The instructions are laughably silly. This is not a real dental kit. Save your money!! Traveler's supply, expect my return request!
50 of 56 found the following review helpful:
Best kit for the best price.Nov 30, 2010
By A. M. White
"Just a regular person."
Pleasantly surprised to find this dental kit to be the perfect item for traveling, keeping in the RV, and stashing in my backpack. The cost was intermediate against other kits, so I was wondering if I should have spent more - not the case at all. While it does come with a reusable stiff and compact (for the amount of stuff in it) plastic container, it would be nice to have a little nylon zip pouch with soft edges to store the bits. I'll find something around the house to serve that purpose. If you are the kind of person who thinks about what's in your first aid kit, you have to have a dental kit. And there is really nothing else that you need: it covers it all. Overall, pleased.
23 of 26 found the following review helpful:
No one thinks about this kit until....Jun 22, 2011
By John Lochaby
No one thinks about a leaky filling or cracked tooth before an emergency, but when the pain hits there is nothing more important than relief. It may be for just a week-end or a longer term emergency, but for tooth pain, relief is priceless. I do not have the best teeth in the world and I do not see a dentist every year. I bought this kit because it's necessity was pointed out by an experienced survival expert I admire. If you have any kind of emergency kit, "Go Bag" or survival preparations, you should have this dental kit.
28 of 34 found the following review helpful:
Great addition to your First Aid KitSep 06, 2010
By Steven L. Fletcher
We're full-time RVers and often visit places off the beaten path and away from immediate medical & dental care so I purchased this kit to augment our First Aid Medical kit. I haven't had to use it yet but I did review the items and included instructions. It certainly seems to be adequate to handle any dental problems until you can find a dentist. I also recommend the kit for home First Aid Kits too since dental problems can happen anywhere and if they happen on a weekend or holiday good luck finding a dentist.
10 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Dental emergencies can happenSep 05, 2011
By Silence who is wolf
If you have a dental problem in the middle of a flood or severe snow storm, this kit is a good tool to have available. It will hold you until you can get to a dentist and get professional help. Added it to my emergency kit to insure that all the bases were covered.
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