Most homes will have a first aid kit in easy access in the event of any emergencies, but what about a first aid dental kit? Many adults and children participate in several fun activities that have the potential to cause dental injuries. It’s important to keep dental emergency information like dentist’s phone numbers handy in case you experience any tooth trauma.

As well as dental emergency information, an on-the-go dental first aid kit can help for any problems or minor dental injury, keeping you protected until you are able to visit a dentist. Whether you experience a loss of filling or a loose or broken tooth, your emergency first aid dental kit should have whatever you need to prevent any further injury.

The Dr Denti First Aid Dental kit is the first dental emergency kit that can be used by anyone, anywhere. It has been thoroughly tested and approved and has a simple design with a conveniently presented kit form, making it use-friendly and helping the user to identify each product efficiently and quickly, making it ideal for self-treatment.

The items found within the Dr Denti first aid dental kit is frequently used by qualified dentists, often when temporary relief or treatments are needed for their patients. The components within this kit can be used for over 90% of dental emergencies that occur within the workplace, school, holidays and more.

What does the Dr Denti first aid dental kit include?

  • - Tooth stopping putty
  • - Dental cement
  • - Antiseptic mouthwash
  • - Dislodged tooth saving technique
  • - Stainless steel dental mirror and probe
  • - Latex gloves
  • - Cotton buds
  • - Applicator sticks
  • - Easy to follow instructions

These tools can assist in several emergency dental scenarios, including temporarily filling cavities, temporarily re-cementing dislodged crowns, bridges and dental inlays or onlays, replanting dislodged teeth and clearing the mouth of any blood, broken teeth or other contaminants.

Some dental injuries are serious and will require an emergency visit to your dentist or A&E, for example, if you are suffering from a tooth that has been knocked out. If you do experience this, rinse the tooth with cold water and place it back in the socket if possible. If you are unable to do so, place the tooth in a clean cup with milk, water or saliva. If you have a baby tooth that has been knocked out, don’t worry!

For more information on the Dr Denti first aid dental kit or for any of the other Dr Denti products we have available, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of the team by giving us a call on 01474 560618 or via our contact page.