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The Survival Dental Kit

This is a discussion on The Survival Dental Kit within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Here is a pretty good article on having a survival dental kit by Dr. Alton from the Doom and Bloom website. It tells you what ...

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    The Survival Dental Kit

    Here is a pretty good article on having a survival dental kit by Dr. Alton from the Doom and Bloom website. It tells you what is recommended for your kit.

    The Survival Dental Kit | Doom and Bloom (TM)
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    That is a fairly good start. Hydrogen peroxide cut 50/50 with water can be good for gum abscesses or gum disease. Nice post.
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    Not something I had considered having on hand but I should. Good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdell View Post
    Not something I had considered having on hand but I should. Good idea.
    Having a toothache sucks. I keep dental supplies on hand. After seeing this list I have some work to do.
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    Wow awesome article. There is a book out there callled "when there is no dentist" which is a good read as well.
    Hidden Content Wouldn't it be nice.....

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    Here's the link:
    http://modernsurvivalonline.com/File..._Full_Book.pdf
    It's a great download.
    Slightly off subject, here is the link for "Where there's no doctor."
    Books and Resources | Hesperian Health Guides
    I really want one of these!Hidden Content

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    The best prep for dental is to find a good dentist and have any issues addressed on your terms. If you wait until you have an issue then you are at the mercy of the condition.

    In other words take care of problems before your face and neck are swollen up and you have a bad infection.

    For those who do not use an oral irrigator I suggest getting one and using it everyday. I use a brand named Hydrofloss. It's the best 100.00 I've ever spent. My teeth rarely need cleaning now and I haven't had a cavity in over 15 years.

    It's a pressure washer for your mouth, blasts away all the forming plaque on your teeth.

    It also massages your gums and cleans below the gum line. This makes your gums very heathy as blood flow increases and bacteria is washed away.

    The Hydrofloss has about 9 pressure settings. Start out on the lowest setting and increase the pressure one setting weekly. After a few weeks you will absolutely love the feeling.

    Now, this does not substitute for lack of getting professional cleaning especially if you have neglected your mouth.

    You can add a splash of mouthwash to the water to have a great taste!

    The best prep is prevention. I'll be happy to answer any questions.
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    I think this post if based on the idea that bad thing happen to people when they can least handle it, like a SHTF event.
    I really want one of these!Hidden Content

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    dental stuf is one of the most overlooked things in the prepping community everyone wants the how to open heart surgery kit but no one even thinks about damn what if I have a tooth problem cause it ain't macho nacho.
    thank you for posting this.
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    I agree it is an overlooked subject.
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