Dentist first-aid kit can double as party funpack

If the idea of a visit to your dentist conjures up the sadistic Steve Martin character in “Little Shop of Horrors”, fear no more for help is at hand.

Dentist Dr Tony Lees has designed Dentanurse, a first-aid kit for your teeth. Contents of the emergency treatment pack can be used to refix dislodged crowns, bridges, fillings, inlays and dress broken teeth.

It is meant for times when you can’t get to your dentist’s surgery such as out of hours, or when on a trip abroad.

But the Diary thinks the pack could also be of use to those with an aversion to the dentist’s chair or possibly as a fun party game along the lines of “Operation”.

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