Having dental issues when you're traveling is a sure way to ruin any vacation. Think about it:
What would you do if you were mountain biking in a forest in Colorado and you fall and knock out a tooth? Or, you spend the day cross-country skiing in the backcountry only to hit a tree and, you guessed it, you knock out a tooth?
Save-A-Tooth to the rescue. This is a small, inexpensive medical device for just these emergencies. It'll keep your tooth safe and secure for 24 hours, enough time for you to hopefully find a dentist. And it's also got the ADA (American Dental Association) Seal of Acceptance.
I recently published a travel tips e-book, The Travel Authority: Essential Tips for Hassle-Free Travel that provides all manner of advice to keep anyone on any kind of trip safe, healthy and secure. Because I just found out about Save-A-Tooth, it obviously isn't in my e-book but it certainly will be added to the next edition. That's how strongly I feel about this product. When you pack for your next trip, dental emergencies may not be on your mind. But they should be.