Sanitation and Dental Preps

I can not stress enough how important it is to stock up on your sanitation and dental preps.  Oral hygiene goes a long way to helping maintain a healthy existence.  There is no pain greater than a sore tooth, ask anyone sitting in a dentist office!  So be sure to to purchase a few of the dental preps below and learn how to use them.

When a disaster strikes garbage men might not be coming by the house any time soon.  You will need to have the basic supplies to deal with human waste in a sanitary fashion.  You also need to stock up on supplies to keep you and your family clean. I often use Amazon Suscribe and Save to order these items monthly to ensure I have plenty of sanitation supplies on hand.

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Dental Preps To Buy

  • Salt (in quantity)
  • Baking Soda (in quantity)
  • Essential oils (in quantity) such as clove oil, cinnamon oil, or 4 thieves oil
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Toothpaste (in quantity)
  • Soft bristled toothbrush (in quantity)
  • Dental floss (in quantity)
  • Toothpicks (the rounded end type)
  • Fluoride rinse (optional, but could come in handy)
  • Tweezers
  • Instant hot and cold packs (in quantity)
  • Dental wax (to place over sensitive areas)
  • Dentemp
  • Cotton balls (in quantity)
  • Gauze pads (in quantity)
  • Black teabags (tannic acid in tea is a natural blood clotting agent)
  • Activated charcoal
  • Suture kit
  • Vitamins
  • Additional dental resources
  • Dental tool assortment
  • Monofilament or suture “thread”
  • Suture needles
  • Celox or quikclot
  • Antibiotics
  • Ibuprofen or pain reliever
  • Rubbing alcohol to sterilize dental tools

Sanitation Preps Part 2


Suggested Projects

  1. If you haven’t done so, get a check up with your dentist.
  2. Begin stocking up on vitamins that can help dental health.
  3. Click here to download a PDF version of “When There Is No Dentist” by Murray Dickson. Then begin studying this resource to familiarize yourself with how to provide care.
  4. Start changing some bad eating habits (i.e., eliminating sugars, sodas, honey and molasses and junk food from the diet). If you do eat or drink any sugary items, make a habit of brushing your teeth within 30 minutes to remove any sugars left on your teeth. This can significantly reduce cavities.
  5. Get in the habit of flossing!

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