Recently Michelle Schuster, RN, MSN ([log in to unmask]) recently wrote
"Does anybody have experience with or information about;1)Save-a-tooth.
Apparantly this is something to place lost teeth in until dental intervention
can take place?"
My children's pediatric dentist displayed a brochure describing the Save-A-
Tooth product. Product concept "Now you can keep a knocked-out tooth alive
and protected until a dentist can properly replant it." Claimed performance
"% of knocked-out teeth successfully replanted 2 hrs. after accident: 90% with
Save-A-Tooth vs. 13% without proper preservation.
- Shock-resistant container and top prevent damage (to tooth)
- Preserving fluid keeps tooth alive and nourished
- Inner, netted shell (of container) protects against crushing
Source of product:
Biological Rescue Products, Inc.
1100 East Hector St. - Suite 130
Conshohocken, PA 19428
"To locate a pharmacy near you call: 1-800-882-0505"
P.S. I've just completed P.A. school, job leads in Maine would be greatly
appreciated. Thank you. Steve Doyle e-mail address: [log in to unmask]
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