Wayne, Pa (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
Kids teeth are knocked out everywhere: on jungle gyms, playing baseball, riding their bikes - everywhere! And when you least expect it. But here’s the good news: Over 90% can be reimplanted and saved for life if a parent is prepared with a Complete First Aid kit that has a Save-A-Tooth® system in it.
The dental costs to replace one lost knocked out tooth is $4,000 and multiply that times each additional tooth. One flying baseball bat in the mouth and four knocked out teeth later, a child’s beautiful smile is gone for life and a parent is out $16,000 immediately and $60,000 over a life time.
Parents can save their child’s beautiful smile and money too by being prepared with a Complete First Aid kit at home or in their car that contains a Save-A-Tooth® knocked out tooth preserving system. $25 is all it costs for two years of peace of mind.
Don’t be fooled by low priced first aid kits. All they do is cover minor scrapes and burns. The same thing could be done with tissue paper and butter.
What is really needed in a great first aid kit that contains a device that will save a child’s health and money too-a Save-A-Tooth®.
If Save-A-Tooth® is used within the first sixty minutes of the accident, over 90% of all knocked out teeth can be re-implanted and saved for life.
“The saddest part about children’s teeth being knocked out and not being successfully replaced is the social embarrassment they face,” says Dr. Henry Rankow, Professor of Dentistry at Temple School of Dentistry. “Because their jaws are still forming during the years of 6-18, no permanent replacement like implants or bridges can be placed. They have to wear dentures for twelve years. Can you imagine a 14-year old-girl who has to say, 'Hold on, I have to take out my denture,” before her first kiss?'"
Be prepared and save a child’s precious smile and save money at the same time by buying a Complete First Aid kit.
About the company: Phoenix-Lazerus, Inc. manufactures and distributes the Save-A-Tooth® system and the Complete First Aid kit. It has been in business since 2001 and is dedicated to producing products completely made in the USA with 100% USA-made parts. It is also the tooth transportation system in the Store-A-Tooth system, the leading transporter and cryogenic storage system for dental stem cells.