0185-0102

Adventure Medical Dental Medic

Adventure Medical Dental Medic
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$15.00
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Dental Medic

Nothing brings a person to their knees like a dental emergency, whether it is an infection, a lost filling, or a fractured tooth. The Dental Medic contains the essentials for treating dental pain and injury when a dentist isn't available. The Dental Medic contains basic supplies like floss, cotton, and oral aesthetic to more advanced components such as temporary cavity filling mixture and dental wax. This kit is a must have for any trip where access to a dentist may be hours or days away. Each kit in the Medic series features proprietary DryFlex™ bags for the ultimate in ultralight, waterproof storage.

  • Ultralight, Waterproof, and Pocket-Sized
    DryFlex™ bag weighs next to nothing, fits just about anywhere, and keep water out of your kit.
  • Replace Fillings and Crowns
    Temporary cavity filling mixture protects your tooth until you can find a dentist.
  • Stop Tooth Pain
    Orasol gel and tural tea (tannins) soothe pain in the teeth and gums.
  • Take the Fear out of Toothaches
    Specialized instructions explain how to manage various dental emergencies.

KIT DETAILS

  • Size: 5" x 5.25" x 1"
  • Weight: 3.5 oz.
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Single Use

Dental Supplies

  • 1 - Dental Wax Temporary Filling
  • 1 - Temporary Cavity Filling Mixture
  • 5 - Cotton Pellets
  • 5 - Cotton Rolls
  • 1 - Dental Floss
  • 3 - Tooth Picks

Pain Relief

  • 1 - Tea Bag, 100% Natural Pekoe Tea
  • 2 - Anbesol/Orasol, Benzocaine 20%, 75g

Instructions

  • 1 - Dental First Aid Instructions

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

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Adventure Medical Dental Medic 0185-0102 ADVENTURE MEDICAL DENTAL MEDIC
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