Prepare For Dental Emergency Before Traveling
More and more people are traveling the world today then ever before and many need to see the emergency dentist. We all love to explore new places and have new experiences. What would you do if you have a dental emergency from a fall or an infection? Well here are a few tips. First see your emergency dentist.
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Dental Emergencies Tips For Traveling Abroad
“Are you planning a vacation outside the U.S.? Don’t have your vacation ruined by a toothache. Prior to traveling abroad a thorough dental examination is important especially if traveling to developing countries or remote areas without access to safe dental care.
Emergency care abroad may be hard to find, uncomfortable, expensive, or even dangerous. Most of us take for granted the high U.S. standards for infection control and safety. We seldom think about the fact that sterile instruments, gloves, disposable needles and safe water are not always routine in parts of the world. Dentists practicing in the U.S. are held to high standards of care and must follow infection control guidelines for disease prevention. The standards for educating and licensing these professionals also vary in foreign countries. In the U.S., dentists have been educated in accredited schools and have taken national and state boards prior to receiving a license to practice.”
“To obtain A Traveler’s Guide To Safe Dental Care visit The Organization For Safety and Asepsis Procedures (www.osap.org)”
Don’t let a tooth emergency dampen your vacation. Be sure to have your teeth in great shape prior to leaving home.