Emergency dental treatment in lockdown – watch this video by our good friend and dentist Emma Prentice, on what you can do if you have lost a filling etc, even before you have a first aid kit to hand.
The Dentanurse First Aid Kit for Teeth (invented by a dentist) is a “must have” for First Aid box or travelers suitcase. This clever kit has everything you need to perform a “get you home” fix for many dental emergencies.
No matter how careful you are, accidents happen – you bite down and hear a crunch! 🙁 You can guarantee it never happens when you can get to the dentist. This kit is great to have to hand to manage dental emergencies on holiday or when travelling. It has everything you need to dress broken teeth, fix dislodged fillings and inlays, and repair broken crowns or bridges. Enough to keep you going until you can get to a dental practice. The specially formulated temporary cement helps prevent thermal shocks to exposed nerves and restore appearance and function quickly. Tough enough for most emergencies it’s also easily and quickly removed by your own dentist once you are able to attend for treatment.
The kit has been used by adventurers, yachtsmen, sports people and armed forces – this kit has been tested in “extreme conditions”. The independent traveller going off the beaten track can be reassured that a dental emergency needn’t ruin your trip. Closer to home the kit can be invaluable for home use when dental problems arise “out of hours”. Don’t let your weekend be spoilt a Dentanurse kit can give you the peace of mind you need.
CE Mark & MRHA approved – With a Dentanurse kit you have everything you need to dress broken teeth, fix dislodged fillings and inlays and repair broken crowns or bridges
- Emergency Dental Filling
- Repairs Crowns
- Repairs Bridges
- Nerve Protection
Every Flat-Pack Kit comes complete with full instructions and all the equipment you need to make secure repairs in a short time every time—it even includes a dental mirror.
The kit provides enough Catalyst and Paste for multiple applications ( depending on qty used )
For the who, what, where, when, why and how to use see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Wsf7RAKkRw&t=6s
Instructions for use http://www.dentanurse.com/Products/FAK%20Instructions.pdf
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